Article | October 3, 2022

Notes From The Field: How eConsent Improves Clinical Trials

Source: Medrio
Preparing For eConsent - A Step By Step Guide For Site Personnel

Clinical trial recruitment and retention are critical to study startup and success. Unfortunately, many clinical trials face initial hurdles simply due to a complex informed consent process. Did you know that over two-thirds of sites fail [1] to meet the original patient enrollment goal for a given trial? Or that up to 50% of sites enroll no patients [2] or only a single patient in their studies?

In a previous post, we explored how eConsent can be a valuable tool to improve participant retention in clinical trials (Read here: Need Better Clinical Trial Retention? Start with eConsent). However, the benefits of eConsent are actually multi-faceted. In this blog post, we will explore these advantages as they relate to participants, sites and sponsors/CROs.


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