It’s no secret that patient retention is one of the many challenges a ClinOps leader and their team faces, as they drive studies to success. This is a battle that is typically taken up once a patient has already enrolled onto a study; we think it can be considered a lot earlier than that. From… Continue reading Protecting Patient Retention Rates in a Clinical Trial Starts Earlier Than You Think
In our previous blog post, we talked about the impact of clinical trial timeline delays on patient communities and our Pharma partners. Today we’re covering some of the main delay red flags, and how we problem-solve to protect our clients from facing study delays – typically saving 6-12 months per study. First: what causes timeline… Continue reading The Growing Burden Study Timelines for Our Pharma Partners: How We Spot the Red Flags and Problem-Solve in Real-Time
For our Pharma partners, keeping research timelines on track is just one of countless important items they have to balance. It’s not an industry secret that between 30-80% of clinical trials suffer delays, which impacts research and patients in a number of ways. The knock-on effects cause potential new treatments to take longer to reach… Continue reading The Growing Study Timelines Burden for Our Pharma Partners: What Is the Real Impact?
In recent years, the role of advocacy groups in the research space has continued to grow. Benefits for patients, research progress, and advocacy groups themselves, are now widely recognized. Pharma-Advocacy partnerships in clinical research affect much more than what we see. Picture the well-known “iceberg image”. The tip of the iceberg has some of the… Continue reading The Deeper Impact of Advocacy-Pharma Partnerships in Research, for Pharma Leaders
I grew up in a multigenerational home, as is the cultural norm with many Hispanic/Latino families. My grandparents built their home when they migrated to the U.S. from Puerto Rico and as a wedding gift to my aunt, they gifted her half the land. Our 2 houses faced each other and my brothers, cousins, and… Continue reading The Balancing Act of a Caretaker
Diabetes currently affects nearly 37 million Americans, and 96 million are prediabetic, according to recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Of these statistics, Diabetes was ranked number 7 for the leading cause of death and is the number 1 cause of kidney failure, lower-limb amputations, and adult blindness. What is diabetes? Diabetes… Continue reading A Team Approach to Diabetes Care
Originating in 1994, World Vegan Day was created by Louise Wallis, a prominent animal rights activist, who was seeking a way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Vegan Society. World Vegan Day is held every year on November 1st and is a way to celebrate and promote veganism. So, what is being vegan all… Continue reading Nisha, Katelin & Rithana Help Us Celebrate World Vegan Day
In 2003 Peggy Miller and her husband were relaxing and watching TV when their 17-year-old son Bret asked for some help. “Here, feel this, mom,” Bret asked while directing Peggy’s hand to his chest, where a pea-sized lump was right under his nipple. Bret and his father would eventually shrug this off as something not… Continue reading Breast Cancer Awareness Is for Everyone
Respiratory Care Week is a time to recognize members working in respiratory care and bring awareness to lung health. The American Lung Association noted that nearly 37 million Americans suffer from chronic respiratory disease. Respiratory conditions include diagnoses such as asthma, pneumonia, and lung cancer. All have an impact on a person’s day to day.… Continue reading The Unseen Heros in Lung Health
Did you know the third week of October is dedicated to National Health Education Week? This is a week to encourage health education in our community. National Health Education Week (NHEW) was created by the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) and has been co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. SOPHE… Continue reading Does an Apple a Day Keep the Doctor Away?