Overcoming Institutional Barriers to Cancer Trial Enrollment

Did you know that out of  all patients with a cancer diagnosis, only 8% will ever be enrolled in a clinical trial?  Whether there are no trials available close to the patient’s location, the patient is not eligible, or they were never asked to participate, the barriers to cancer patient enrollment are one of the […]

Get Ready for Your 2020 Clinical Trials

Before you flip the final page on this year’s calendar, take a look at your site performance over the past 12 months. Where did your trial site see the best results? Did you experience any stumbling blocks? Were there any recurring problems you and your personnel experienced? Are you missing any opportunities to make solid […]

Paper vs. eConsent: A Comparison

There are many benefits of eConsent vs. a paper-based system when it comes to your site team efficiently managing patient recruitment, maximizing retention, mitigating risk of data loss, and increasing ROI. See a side-by-side comparison below and use it to help you evaluate a move to eConsent. Paper eConsent Patient Engagement Site is responsible for […]

A Checklist for Evaluating eClinical Partners

Utilizing improved systems and tools are necessary in the ever-changing clinical trial landscape. eClinical platforms empower your site to integrate with sponsors and your CRO for real-time document and data exchange and monitoring. Key benefits include maximizing site & staff efficiency, increasing study capacity, streamlining sponsor & patient connectivity, and mitigating compliance risks. When deciding […]

eClinical 101

If a technology tool can empower a clinical trial site manager to accomplish their job more efficiently, effectively and economically, it’s a tool well worth considering. eClinical is just such a resource. The technology provides site managers with a suite of solutions that streamline data collection, patient consent, compliance, information sharing and much more.  What […]

Enhance Your Patients’ Trial Experience

Too often, clinical trial managers focus so much on the recruitment, scheduling, administration, expenses, results, and other details of a trial that they forget one very important element: the patients. The people participating in your trials aren’t just another bit of data to enter in your CTMS—they’re human beings, and their experience interacting with your […]

Increasing Clinical Trial Patient Diversity

Attaining a diverse trial patient population is crucial to your site’s success. It is possible the treatments your trial is putting to the test may affect people from varying racial, ethnic, and age groups differently. However, your sponsors won’t know if that’s the case unless your trial team is able to reach, recruit and retain […]

Stand Out During Site Selection

Site selection is a critical piece of your research business’ success. Given increased competition amongst research sites, sponsors are in control and your job is to maximize opportunities for them to select your team. Above all, sponsors want a site partner that can offer efficiency and effectiveness. This includes meeting (and exceeding) enrollment goals, demonstrated […]

Four Critical CT Data Points

Efficiency is key in clinical trials, and one way to derail those streamlined trials is to waste time on non-critical data points. If a site and sponsor expend energy gathering information that isn’t vital, they have less time to discern and apply the metrics that matter. A few of those important data points include: Pinpointing […]

Simplifying Trial Management

Clinical trials allow innovators to obtain reproducible, accurate results and make significant impacts on people’s lives. Reviewing processes with an eye toward simplification is a critical step to managing effective and efficient trials. Simplification reduces inertia, resource waste, and error. It also helps propel the underlying goals of the trial: advancing innovations and caring for […]