With ePatientFinder, you can develop an additional revenue stream with little change to your current workflow, while also increasing patient satisfaction through access to cutting-edge clinical trials.
Referring physicians are compliantly compensated at fair market value for discussing clinical trials in a consultative environment.
The ePatientFinder platform, an easy-to-use, cloud-based interface, is provided to you at no cost. When you refer patients via the Clinical Trial Exchange™, you will be:
Get more value from the EHR data you’re already required to collect and use. ePatientFinder distills patient data for you and makes it actionable for clinical research purposes. Our Data Science Services Team assists in matching patients to trials as well, greatly increasing accuracy for more predictable and reliable results. That means you and your patients benefit without you having to disrupt your regular workflow or hire additional staff.
Rest assured that ePatientFinder is fully compliant with all regulatory requirements and does not buy or share information, so you can compliantly use EHR data to help connect your patients to the trials that could benefit them most.
Your patients will see that you are going the extra mile to proactively seek treatment alternatives for them, and trial sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs) trust that your referrals are well-considered and accurate.
Working with ePatientFinder affords me the opportunity to offer cutting-edge research opportunity to my patients. Thank you, ePatientFinder, for the part you are playing in healthcare.
Finding and contacting studies has become much more efficient. Now I can refer patients with confidence and ease, and it doesn’t cost me anything.
I love working with ePatientFinder’s outreach team, they are highly professional, and really care for my patients.
86% of all clinical trials experience delays, often a result of recruitment issues. But physicians can help reduce that number because patients are far more likely to participate in trials if they learn about a clinical trial from their doctors.