Thomas Jefferson University

Center for Digital Health & Data Science
Clinical Trials & Sponsored Research


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The Center for Digital Health & Data Science plays a pivotal role in the promotion, resourcing, design, and coordination of clinical and evaluative digital health research at Jefferson. The Center is unique in its mission to engage industry partners in the rigorous validation of the efficacy and impact of digital health innovations in the clinical setting.

Ongoing and recent clinical trials include:

  • The Impact of Remote Body Temperature Monitoring in Reducing Infection and Increasing Satisfaction for Hospitalized Patients
  • Utilizing Apple Research Kit to Collect Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes PROs) in Prostate Cancer: A Prospective Feasibility and Acceptability Study
  • Improving the Health of Jefferson Employees Through Digital Solutions: A Collaborative Study with Aetna Healthcare
  • Feasibility of ADAMM (Automated Device for Asthma Monitoring and Management) in Combination with Electronic PROs in Adult Patients with Lung Cancer PRO-RAM: An Investigation of Remote Electronic PROs in Combination with Remote Activity Monitoring
  • A Pilot Study to Assess the Impact of a Virtual Reality Education Module tin Reducing Anxiety and Improving Education for Patients Receiving Radiation Therapy
  • CHUFEE (Chatbot for User Experience and Engagement) Monitoring to Reduce Missed Treatments in Patients Receiving Concomitant Chemoradiotherapy: A Digital Solution     to Challenges in Managing Cancer Patient Toxicity from Immunotherapy, With a Special Focus on Geriatric Patients
  • Virtual Reality Engagement to Decrease Narcotic Usage in the Postoperative Period