One Standard to Rule Them All...

By Matt Kibby on Tue, Jan 14, 2014

Towards the end of the third age of our earth, great Internet browsers of power were forged by the tech smiths of Silicon Valley.

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Mobile Strategies, Technology

Technology and Innovation in Patient Recruitment for Clinical Trials

By Matt Kibby on Tue, Jan 7, 2014

I tell my team that anything is possible within programming. Well. Maybe not anything. I mean – a computer can’t win the Olympic 100-meter dash for one! But when it comes to the programming world – there are always multiple ways of molding any innovative idea (new business requirements) into a working model (product).

Topics: Patient Recruitment, TrialCentralNet, mHealth, Technology

Is Amending the Patients’ Bill of Rights in Our Future? - Part Two

By Rob Laurens on Fri, Dec 20, 2013

In the first part of this blog, we looked at how various Patients’ Bills of Rights – whether created by a state or by a health institution – have handled the idea of patients and clinical research. In this part, we pick up with questions related to the idea of ensuring patients are told about clinical trials for which they may be eligible.

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Disruptive Innovation

Is Amending the Patients’ Bill of Rights in Our Future? - Part One

By Rob Laurens on Wed, Dec 18, 2013

This is the first of a two-part blog that looks at the extent to which a patient’s rights can and should include access to information about clinical trials for which they may be eligible.

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Disruptive Innovation

PharmaLive Interview with Matt Kibby on Study eBinder 3.0

By BBK Worldwide on Fri, Dec 6, 2013

Our colleagues at PharmaLive interviewed Matt Kibby, principal, technology and innovation, about the release of Study eBinder 3.0, the latest generation of our clinical trial management tool for on-the-go study teams. Click here to access the interview, or read below…  

Topics: Patient Retention, Patient Recruitment, Disruptive Innovation, Technology

Moneyball – Part Two

By Matt Kibby on Wed, Nov 13, 2013

Moneyball. It’s a gift that keeps on giving for me as a guy wrapped up in patient recruitment data. As an ex-patriot Brit, I must admit that it took me about 10 years to start to appreciate baseball, and it has taken another 10 to figure out just some of the intricacies. A seemingly simple game, it is filled with deeply meaningful and detailed subtexts, and perhaps it is not without irony then that the game lends itself so well to so many “sports-as-life” American metaphors.

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Technology, Site Selection

Can Dr. Seuss help you to enroll your study?

By BBKWorldwide on Mon, Nov 11, 2013

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Technology, Site Selection

Bringing the Social Media Revolution to Patient Recruitment

By Jackie Shydlowski on Mon, Oct 28, 2013

Earlier last week, we shared that we would be participating in the 5th Annual Health Care Social Media Summit (#MayoRagan) in Rochester, Minn. Hosted by Ragan Communications and the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media (#MCCSM), the event challenged conference goers to actively bring the social media revolution to health care.

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Social Media, Conferences

Is Your Patient Recruitment Program Social Media Friendly?

By Jackie Shydlowski on Mon, Oct 21, 2013

This past August, released its list of the top 50 social media friendly hospitals across the country. From Facebook to Flickr, these institutions are pioneering how to interact online with their staff, patients, and network of caregivers. The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., is leading the charge with 20 boards on Pinterest, more than 600,000 followers on Twitter, and the most popular medical provider channel on YouTube.

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Social Media

Change is Good

By Lauren Kruglak on Fri, Oct 18, 2013

This is hard for me to say and I bet most of my closest friends and colleagues will not believe that these words are coming from me, but here goes… “Change is good!” I am not sure why, but I have always had a hard time accepting change. If your childhood experiences shape you in this regard, then maybe the consistency and lack of change in my youth helps explain this. Born and raised in the same house, parents happily married after 55 years, watched my father go to work each day at the same job he held for most of his adult life…

Topics: Patient Recruitment, Patient Advocacy, Social Media, Technology

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