Will We See You at the SCOPE Summit?

Once a year, we head to Orlando to collaborate with and learn from some of the best and brightest minds in clinical trial operations. That’s right: we’re attending the SCOPE Summit next week. Read more

Hemophilia Research Update: February 2019

Hemophilia is a rare genetic bleeding disorder, affecting around 20,000 people in the U.S. Most cases of hemophilia are inherited, but for about 30% of patients, it's caused by a spontaneous mutation in a gene associated with blood clotting. Read more

SEO for Bloggers and Nonprofits [On-Demand Webinar]

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the perfect tool for nonprofits and bloggers: It doesn't require any ad spend, it brings in relevant readers and supporters, and it's easier than you may think to get started. Read more

Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment Case Studies: The Value of Saving Time

The majority of clinical trials don't reach their clinical trial patient recruitment targets on time. Meeting a deadline can feel like a lost cause, and beating one can seem impossible. Accelerating recruitment timelines can sound unrealistic, but it's possible – and worth striving for. Even saving just a few months can put your trial on track to improve costs, reduce the burden on research ... Read more

After PBC Diagnosis, This Patient Helped Pave the Way for a New Treatment

Diagnosed with PBC? Learn about your clinical trial options. Read more

5 Benefits of Site Follow-Up Services to Speed Patient Recruitment

A significant amount of effort goes into recruiting a patient for a clinical trial, including creating IRB-approved materials, reaching the patient population, and setting up a variety of ads to find what performs best. But once a patient expresses interest in a trial and is screened online, it can be difficult to see what steps the patient takes next – unless your patient recruitment company ... Read more

Medical Terms A to Z: Common and Confusing Terms Used in the Doctor’s Office

If you've ever gone to a doctor's appointment and left feeling more confused than before, you're not alone. Only a third of Americans feel comfortable on measures of health literacy, such as following a doctor's instructions or the directions on a prescription label. Read more

Introducing Our New Webinar Series: Clinical Trials 101

If you're living with a chronic condition, or have a loved one who is, medical research most likely matters a lot to you. But if the process of how new treatments reach patients feels like a black box, you're not alone. Read more

The Next Phase of Faster Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment

For years, clinical trial patient recruitment has looked the same: identify eligibility criteria for a single trial, conduct traditional media outreach, screen patients for that trial, and hope for the best. Increasingly, however, sponsors have been turning to technology, getting more specific in their outreach and therefore becoming more successful in their recruiting not just for one trial, but ... Read more

The Latest in Clinical Trial Recruitment: Lab-Validated Referrals

Clinical trials are increasing in complexity as the volume of available patient data grows. Today, trials may seek out patients with specific genetic mutations or lab values from a blood test. And while the science behind these requirements may be sound, detailed requirements make clinical trial patient recruitment even more difficult for trial sponsors. Read more