Do You Know Why Your Trial is in Trouble How to
people will tell you that to fix a troubled clinical trial, you
should throw more resources at it.
recruitment is lagging, they advise adding more sites, upping the ad
budget and raising the per subject payment.
sites are unable to execute the protocol, they suggest increasing
the number of monitoring visits or conducting additional training
Clinical Trial Recovery Specialists (CTRS) we say, 'That's just
blindly throwing more resources at the problem without fundamentally
systematic, proven methodology to determine why your trial is in
trouble and what you need to do to get it moving.
Our tested approach
has helped our clients rescue troubled trials and get them back on
the right course.
Contact us today and find out more about
how we can get your trial on the road to recovery.
What Others Are Saying
|"The work they did was so
informative that it quickly became the standard for diagnosing the
issues when clinical trials are behind schedule.”
- Director of Clinical Operations, Top Five pharmaceutical company
|"Considering the dollars, the
jobs and other things that are at risk when recruitment stalls,
it's just common sense to have them do a field analysis."
- Clinical Director, Mid-Atlantic biotechnology company
|"I know some people are afraid
that having them do a field analysis can uncover poor planning,
but that's not what they look for. Quite the contrary, they create
a good opportunity for the clinical people, the ops side and other
parties to work together instead of playing the blame game."
- Vice-President, Medical Director, Midwest specialty company
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