We are always looking for ways to help study sponsors boost enrollment and our new Enrollment Rescue Program proves to do just that.
COSTA MESA, Calif. (PRWEB) November 09, 2017
StudyKIK, a patient recruitment company that specializes in connecting through through social media communities to research sites, recently announced their latest offering for study sponsors, the Enrollment Rescue Program. The Enrollment Rescue Program is a solution for study sponsors who are behind in enrollment and need a quick start up solution to boost patient screenings by year end.
“We are always looking for ways to help study sponsors boost enrollment and our new Enrollment Rescue Program proves to do just that. With this new program, we can increase screenings by up to 300% or more, depending on the study design and patient population. This is a huge deal, especially to those who are desperate to find patients for those studies that are nearing the end of their timeline before the year end,” stated Matt Miller, Vice President of Global Patient Recruitment & Feasibility at StudyKIK.
The Enrollment Rescue Program works by having the sponsor’s study gain the most exposure possible through StudyKIK’s vast patient communities, relevant to the indication. In-depth patient pre-screening is included to make sure the site does not have to spend time screening patients that would not qualify. A 24-hour start up time is also guaranteed, as long as IRB approved materials have been already created. If no IRB approved materials have been completed, StudyKIK will initiate their professional design team to create a study ad at no cost and done within 72 hours.
A few additional benefits of the Enrollment Rescue Program include:
- Ruby Level Patient Study Exposure
- Designated StudyKIK Project Manager
- Real-time Study Enrollment Portal
- Simple Contracting with Fixed Price
The Enrollment Rescue Program is designed to be contracted for as little as one month to receive the boost in enrollment by year end.
StudyKIK currently connects thousands of patients to research sites around the world, while expanding the awareness of clinical trials and providing research sites with as many tools as possible to enroll clinical trial volunteers. To learn more about StudyKIK, visit StudyKIK.com.