Costa Mesa, California (PRWEB) August 19, 2015
StudyKIK, a company that connects people looking to join a clinical trial with research sites across North America, announced today the official launch of their “MyStudyKIK Portal”. This user-friendly analytic system allows sites, sponsors, and CRO’s to track volunteers instantly in real time for a clinical trial from the moment of sign up to randomization.
StudyKIK, the fastest growing website for patients looking to join a clinical trial, has been developing this platform for over a year in order to provide the most accurate data to companies running media for Patient Recruitment ROI while being the most user friendly platform available. This HIPAA compliant platform allows sites to easily drag & drop patients that sign up for their clinical trial listed on StudyKIK to the correct status in the clinical trial enrollment process. For example, a 30 day study listing with over 60 patient referrals can only take research sites less than 5 minutes to track.
Due to the large amount of sites already using this innovative platform and how easy it is to use, managing CROs and Sponsors do not need to force their sites to use it. The Southern California based company has made it so easy-to-use that research sites want to enter patient data for their own recruitment management and StudyKIK reimburses sites for their time spent on data entry to make sure there is no extra burden on the resources at the research site level. The key factor that makes this portal even more powerful is pharmaceutical companies running multi-site clinical trials can track every research site’s performance and the resources allocated to the trial in real time. These companies have the ability to view patient screening and randomization numbers instantly and have the option to make instant adjustments to the studies enrollment based on four key factors which are, Site Geography, response time, blinded patient qualification notes, and patient enrollment status like scheduled, consented, and randomized. StudyKIK’s goal since day one was to bridge the gap between the millions of users on social media that may be interested in joining a clinical trial and all research facilities globally. Now with the introduction of the “MyStudyKIK Portal,” research sites, CROs, and sponsor companies have the ability to monitor their clinical trial enrollment status at the overall study level and at the individual site level.
Nariman Nasser, Digital Strategist of global phase III trials at large San Fransisco based pharmaceutical company mentioned, “StudyKIK provides the first economical and user-friendly way for sites to manage their patient recruitment pipeline with the value add of clean data transparency. This portal design will improve the patient recruitment experience for patients, sites and sponsors.”
As thousands of searches take place on StudyKIK.com and patients voluntarily sign up, all companies running their trials on StudyKIK will be able to track and monitor every stage of enrollment for each patient with ease and efficiency. The MyStudyKIK Portal tracks study data for every study, whether it is simply one site listing their IRB advertisement, or a central campaign with 200 sites involved.
A good chance is if a pharmaceutical currently running a clinical trial, a site is listing it on StudyKIK and anyone from the sponsor company can be provided a login to watch their enrollment stats in real time at no cost. To find out what your randomization rates are and how many patients are signed up for your study through StudyKIK.com, call us at 1-877-627-2509.
More information about StudyKIK:
StudyKIK, is a company dedicated to connecting patients in our proprietary social communities to research sites across the globe. StudyKIK.com connects patients through social media platforms including Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. StudyKIK has some of the largest communities across these platforms and strives to grow the awareness of research into these groups. StudyKIK is an affordable and effective way to find potentially qualified volunteers for clinical trials for most indications and locations. For more information, visit http://www.StudyKIK.com.