Scott is a digital health and eClinical technology expert, business leader and entrepreneur, with experience at market-leading companies such as Boston Scientific, IQVIA and ERT as well as new start-ups such as CentrosHealth and OM1. He's worked extensively with medical devices and sensor integration, patient engagement and UX, and clinical outcomes assessment. He is now leading a new business and technology platform at CENDUIT, and his volunteer activities include serving as a board member for the New England Chapter of HIMSS.
Areas of Expertise
University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management
Saint Martin's University
United States Military Academy at West Point
- HIMSS : New England Chapter, Board of Directors
- Canadian Technology Accelerator : Mentor
Feasibility of the “Bring Your Own Device” Model in Clinical Research: Results from a Randomized Controlled Pilot Study of a Mobile Patient Engagement ToolCureus
Laura Pugliese, Molly Woodriff, Olga Crowley, Vivian Lam, Jeremy Sohn, Scott Bradley
2016 Rising rates of smartphone ownership highlight opportunities for improved mobile application usage in clinical trials. While current methods call for device provisioning, the "bring your own device” (BYOD) model permits participants to use personal phones allowing for improved patient engagement and lowered operational costs. However, more evidence is needed to demonstrate the BYOD model’s feasibility in research settings.