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Why Your Study Needs a Patient Recruitment Portal

By Jarrett Lowe on Tue, Jan 28, 2014 | 3 min read

Clinical studies today rely heavily on the transparency of real-time enrollment data that can be disseminated, analyzed, and evaluated to make critical decisions at a moment in time. But what is the best way to be looking at and analyzing these metrics? Where can this data be tracked in one, single location to provide real-time enrollment metrics and reporting? BBK Worldwide’s patented patient recruitment Web portal, TrialCentralNet (TCN®), houses all of these features and more. Hundreds of users log in to this secure portal every day to access their study metrics related to clinical trial enrollment projections and site performance. But how does it work? What does TCN possess that makes it so unique and dynamic? Here are a few features of the system that make TCN stand out in the clinical trial data crowd:

Topics: Mobile Strategies, Technology

The Importance of Strategy in Feasibility and Site Enrollment Monitoring

By Jarrett Lowe on Fri, Sep 6, 2013 | 3 min read

Having a streamlined and transparent strategy when looking at the enrollment performance of sites throughout a clinical study is vital to achieving on-time enrollment. Implementing a plan to mitigate enrollment barriers and how to deal with underperformance at sites are keys to gauging which sites are best fit to achieve set enrollment goals, and which sites need to be closed to enrollment.

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Technology, Site Selection

Clinical Trial Innovations: Rethinking Paper

By Jarrett Lowe on Thu, Apr 25, 2013 | 3 min read

Patient screening and enrollment has traditionally required a deluge of paper-checklist-type items. We all know them: chart flags, contingency plans, I / E cards, panel mining guides, other prescreening tools, and of course, the protocol. And the more protocols a trial involves, the more trees we have to kill, right?

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Disruptive Innovation, Physician Engagement, Technology

The Power of Decision Making: Face-to-Face Meetings

By Jarrett Lowe on Fri, Dec 7, 2012 | 3 min read

For sponsors and CROs, the abundance of moving pieces involved with conducting a clinical trial can be overwhelming, and may seem endless at times for those empowered individuals or teams responsible for making decisions. The planning and / or discussions that factor into the eventual decision making are critical steps to ensure people are making the most informed decisions possible.

Topics: BBK Worldwide, Patient Recruitment

 
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