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Patient Recruitment and Retention

Leveraging Mobile Technology for Patient Retention

By On September 8, 2015

In my last post, I provided a quick overview of the 3 primary trends that are currently shifting the patient recruitment and retention landscape. Today, I’d like to dive deeper into one of… Read More

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Patient Recruitment and Retention

Modern Patient Recruitment – How Did We Get Here?

By On April 13, 2015

In recent years, a plethora of new patient recruitment tactics have surfaced that take advantage of new technology. Over the last two decades, the industry has gone from relying on personal physician… Read More

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Site Materials & Logistics

Podcast #05: A Proactive Approach to Outsourcing

By On January 30, 2015

Sponsors and CROs: Are you reactive or proactive in patient recruitment? Hope Cullen, Associate Director of Operations at Imperial Graphics, discusses the unique liaison between sponsors, CROs and vendors. Hear in this… Read More

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Patient Recruitment and Retention

6 Keys to Retention Success

By On November 10, 2014

While a tailored patient recruitment strategy is necessary to start a trial off on the right track, it is also vital to be mindful of your plan to keep these patients engaged… Read More

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Life-Science Events

We’re Burning Rubber at DIA

By On June 13, 2014

DIA Annual Meeting: A Preview Team Imperial invites 2014 DIA attendees to get in the driver’s seat … literally … at the Imperial FSP Grand Prix in the race to win up to… Read More

Business Insights

Patients Come First. Deal with It!

By On May 12, 2014

“The good physician treats the disease; the great physician treats the patient who has the disease.” (Osler) This concept is simple – good healthcare workers and a good healthcare system will have… Read More

Business Insights

Risk-Share Pitfalls: What to Look For

By On March 28, 2014

Risk share by definition means that each party puts something at risk. Oftentimes in the life-science industry there is one-sided risk and not a lot of sharing. Many companies try and establish… Read More

Patient Recruitment and Retention

An Inside Look at Privacy Laws

By On January 2, 2014

We talk a lot about privacy and how we can and cannot reach the public about clinical trials. What is privacy? By definition, privacy is “the quality or state of being apart… Read More

Patient Recruitment and Retention

Recruitment & Retention – Getting Specialized

By On May 16, 2013

Worldwide patient recruitment continues to be the most predominant reason clinical trials fall behind projected enrollment goals. Industry sources say that for every day a drug is delayed to market it can cost… Read More