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Mark is responsible for strategy and planning of digital health solutions for Janssen R&D. He needs to facilitate multiple clinical study teams across therapeutic areas deciding what endpoints make the most sense to collect digitally and conduct a risk-benefit assessment of technologies.


The 3 step process sets the foundations for clinical study teams to hone in on digital clinical measures to detect meaningful change and framework for tech evaluations. It’s updating daily with new literature and technologies

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Unlock evidence-based precision measures
With 15,000+ precision measures & digital biomarkers captured from 2,800+ digital health technologies across 1,000+ medical conditions, HumanFirst helps you identify what to measure & how, to increase the probability of treatment success
Measure what matters from the start
HumanFirst’s expertise on precision measures, including AI-powered digital biomarkers, ensure you’re measuring what matters to patients and bringing better treatments to market, faster
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Increase the efficiency & diversity of your clinical research
Make critical decisions with more confidence, knowing you selected the right tool to capture the right measures and biomarkers, for the right purpose, from the right population
“Very impressed to see such good information so quickly. What you guys are doing is a lot more rigorous than what I did. Can’t thank you enough!”
Marc Alary
Head of R&D Engineering, J&J
“HumanFirst’s catalog has been a game changer for maintaining a single source of truth for how connected sensors have been previously used and vetted across teams.”
Digital Innovation Director, Top 10 Pharmaceutical Company

Atlas's robust platform answers critical research questions:

Exactly what should we measure, and why?

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What's the best possible tool for this study?