While looking to the future of clinical trials and shifting the paradigm to make them more patient-centric and efficient, home health and home-based services promise to be an important component in delivering on this mission.
TORONTO (PRWEB) November 30, 2022
In-home services are proving to be of true value in clinical research, improving patient recruitment by reducing patient burden and reaching more diverse patient populations. While looking to the future of clinical trials and shifting the paradigm to make them more patient-centric and efficient, home health and home-based services promise to be an important component in delivering on this mission.
But not everyone is convinced. Investigators may be concerned about losing the relationship with the patient due to less face-to-face contact, site staff may be worried about dealing with changes in process and different technologies and internal study stakeholders may be tempted to revert to more traditional models.
In this webinar, the featured speaker explores the challenges and concerns of key stakeholders and how to overcome these with tried and trusted methods to deliver the best experience and outcomes for patients, while keeping trials on-track.
Attendees will learn the following during the webinar:
Building the case for in-home services in the clinical trial: Decreasing burden on the patient with optionality; The ripple effect — with supplemental hidden benefits — on family, caregivers; Therapeutic areas particularly relevant for services; And diversity in patient populations.
Patient-centric protocol design: What to consider at the outset of the trial to minimise disruption, delays and protocol amendments.
Increasing site support for successful operations and positive relations: Communication and training planning to support sites; Connecting in-home healthcare professionals with site staff; And ensuring transparency for investigator oversight and connection.
Measuring success: Metrics to put in place to measure utilisation and report on outcomes.
Register to learn the best practices and processes to build confidence in the value of home health services.
For more information, or to register for this event, visit Home Health: Best Practices and Processes to Build Confidence in the Value of In-Home Services.
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