from Research to Investigator Recruitment to Study Startup #clinicaltrials
Starting a Clinical Trial involves a long rigorous process starting with identifying the idea, searching it, looking for the right Investigator(s), the right Site(s), followed by execution. The string of searches that a single user conducts to identify a specific result is often quite manual, adding to the delays of clinical trial startup and therefore delaying drugs and products to market. Getting drugs and devices to market take too long and as mentioned by Fortune magazine "The U.S. has a drug shortage -- and people are dying". We aim to help with that.
Technology adoption enables great social and organizational changes, allowing us to do more with less. Therefore, we focus on a client end-goal in mind ensuring that what we create, enable the "do more with less" attitude.
During a recent client interaction, we learned a lot about the manual processes they go through, their documented process and how technology adoption can help them. Given the regulated environment we are in, we decided to tackle this issue through Delve's technology. After review of our product, we identified multiple ways for our client to utilize Delve, helping them save time and automate much of their processes. So, here is what we did...
- We learned that conducting a literature review can take about 8 weeks through the manual intervention of gathering the data, identifying what works, what not and so forth.
- We gained more depth into the manual process that the client went through to pre-qualify and identify Investigators/Sites
- We identified what type of industry insights is needed for the study
- Save 15% on their literature review process
- Condensed the usual 3 weeks to identify/pre-qualify proper Sites and Investigators, to 2 hours.
- Allow the client to document their selection process in our cloud platform, ensuring data availability anytime on the go.
- Create industry insights using Real Data.