Michelle Roach, BS, MA, CCRC, Director of Operations
Michelle discusses how her expectations were exceeded when working with ePatientFInder, “What originally was expected to be a handful of referrals turned out to be a higher amount of referrals that are of a higher quality."
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) routinely runs clinical trials focusing on cardiology. Dr. Christie Ballantyne, Chief of the Section of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, talks about ePatientFinders improvement to recruitment and patient identification.
How a Patient-Centric Approach Combined with Novel Technology Results in More Qualified, Engaged Patients
In an effort to control escalating costs and avoid expensive study delays, clinical trial stakeholders are looking at novel approaches to attracting and retaining larger pools of qualified trial participants. In addition to implementing innovative technologies to improve the identification of potential participants, sponsors and clinicians are seeking ways to better address the needs of patients, such as making trials more accessible and convenient to larger segments of the population.
Traditional clinical trial recruitment is expensive and inefficient. Through ePatientFinder's Clinical Trial Exchange™, life-science companies—including numerous “top 10” pharmaceutical, medical device and contract research organization (CRO) clients— are connected with a robust network of referring physicians. Learn more about ePatientFinder's approach that allows participants to reduce recruitment costs.