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Solving the Problem of Clinical Research Enrollment

March 12, 2018

Clinical research is the foundations of modern medical research. Without clinical trials, many promising medical discoveries would never be fully developed and made available to the patients who need them.

Unfortunately, the reality is that a significant percentage of clinical trials today fail to evaluate the endpoints of their studies because of difficulties in enrolling a sufficient number of patients. Many trials shut down early because the investigators are unable to enroll enough patients, or any patients at all. Other trials take significantly more time to enroll patients than expected.

This all leads to inefficient research timelines, excessive study costs and costly delays when bringing a product to the market. Indeed, research has shown that actual enrollment times are typically twice what was planned. And millions of dollars are wasted each year due to these study delays.

What can be done to enroll more patients in clinical trials, increase the operational efficiency of a clinical trial, and decrease the time to reaching the clinical endpoint during trials? 

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