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Vibrent seamlessly weaves participant-focused technologies into the entire life cycle of clinical research. Accelerate recruitment, retention and engagement of diverse populations and harmonize novel data collected - genotype, phenotype, medical and environmental context.View use cases
Vibrent provides a robust, privacy preserving Digital Health Research Solutions Platform for clinical research in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
A data-first approach across the entire research lifecycle of outreach, awareness, recruitment, data collection, engagement and retention.
A single platform that replaces your multiple vendors
Approved by many IRBs
Whether you are competing for grants or pursuing new revenue; the keys to your success are generating novel datasets and recruiting, engaging and retaining diverse populations.
Make your budget go further. Workflow automation and digital marketing reduces labor costs. Robust virtual data collection methods helps you collect higher quality data sets at a lower cost. Cloud-based research tools drive efficiencies throughout the entire life cycle of your clinical research.REQUEST A PILOT
One platform, one partner for your digital health research needs. Co-developed with the NIH. Proven at with over 400,000 participants and over 1,000 study staff.View Products
Our team of subject matter experts will help you through every stage of the process. Need help with IRB submission, electronic consent design, EHR setup, remote sampling kits, selecting the right wearable and medical device technologies or recruitment/
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