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Our office will be closed Friday, May 24th and Monday, May 27th in observance of Memorial Day. We will reopen at regular business hours on Tuesday, May 28th.

Our Services

Digital Health Operations

End-to-End Operational Support to Accelerate Clinical Development

 

Digital Health Operations

At ActiGraph, Experience Matters.

Our Digital Health Operations team understands the challenges of implementing digital health technologies (DHTs) into the complex and rigorous clinical research environment. From site training and logistics management to data transfer and archiving, ActiGraph offers a full range of support services to ensure fit-for-purpose solutions, efficient site processes, smooth technology deployments, and the collection of accurate, relevant, and clinically meaningful data.

Study Site Training

Study Site Training

Proper training paves the way to good outcomes—starting with a customized, protocol-specific Site Manual and Participant Guide for each study. From there, the knowledgeable and meticulous project management team at ActiGraph will guide site personnel through comprehensive remote or onsite technology training sessions.

Logistics and Device Management

Logistics and Device Management

Our logistics platform eliminates the burden and complexity of technology disbursement and inventory management. Leave it to the team at ActiGraph to ship participant packages directly to each study site, monitor study inventory, and manage all hardware repairs and replacements.

In-Trial Screening and Compliance Reporting

In-Trial Screening and Compliance Reporting

Our data-obsessed team can conduct in-trial screening to ensure the integrity of your study data. Regular customized reports on specific data outcomes, such as participant wear compliance or changes in activity levels, are delivered to the study team throughout the conduct of the trial.

Data Export and Configuration and Transfers

Data Export Configuration and Transfers

Managing vast quantities of time-continuous DHT data often poses a major challenge for clinical research teams. Our Data Operations team can configure the study data analysis setup and export format to match the specifications of the sponsor or CRO Data Management Team.

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Participant Profile Reports

Optimize patient-centricity and engagement in your trial with end of study participant profile reports. Customizable profiles provide participants with an overview of their data outcomes, including changes in activity or sleep behaviors, during the study period.

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Data Archiving

Once the study is complete, seamlessly transfer all data files to the client data warehouse or Trial Master File for retention with ActiGraph’s end of study data archiving package.

Our Process

End-to-End Solutions with Fit-for-Purpose Digital Endpoints

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Featured Publications

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Treating insomnia symptoms with medicinal cannabis: arandomized, crossover trial of the efficacy of a cannabinoid medicine compared with placebo - Jennifer H. Walsh et al. (2021)
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Pulsed, Inhaled Nitric Oxide at a Dose of 30 mg/kg Ideal Body Weight/hr in Subjects at Risk of Pulmonary Hypertension Associated With Pulmonary Fibrosis Receiving Oxygen Therapy - Nathan et al., (2020)
Sensory-Evoked 40-Hz Gamma Oscillation Improves Sleep and Daily Living Activities in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients - Cimenser et al., (2021)
Validation of open-source step-counting algorithms for wrist-worn tri-axial accelerometers in cardiovascular patients - Femiano et al., (2022)
Prospective Examination of Objectively Assessed Physical Activity and Sedentary Time after Breast Cancer Treatment: Sitting on the Crest of the Teachable Moment - Sabiston et al., (2014)
Methods to estimate aspects of physical activity and sedentary behavior from high-frequency wrist accelerometer measurements - Staudenmayer et al., (2015)

ActiGraph

Pioneering the Digital Transformation of Clinical Research