TrialScope is the global leader in clinical trial disclosure and transparency management technology, supporting 13 of the top 15 industry clinical trial sponsors worldwide. TrialScope provides proven solutions that are designed to optimize the efficiency of disclosure activities, maximize trial data transparency, and foster more informed, engaged patients through open research sharing. To learn more about TrialScope, visit trialscope.com.
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See how website optimization tactics, such as user behavioral analysis, user feedback gathering and A/B tests, can improve the ROI on your clinical trial website. Plus, learn how tools such as heatmaps and scrollmaps track success.
If you think CRO stands for “contract research organization,” think again. In the digital marketing world, CRO means “conversion rate optimization.” This webinar provides an overview of key digital marketing concepts and how they can be applied to boost online clinical trial recruitment and retention.
TrialScope has released a new version of its TrialScope Disclose™ platform, featuring a revamped user interface (UI). The new functionality is specifically designed to expedite sponsors’ review and approval process for registering and updating clinical trials with regulatory agencies.
To many patients and caregivers, searching for clinical trials is a painstaking process. On top of that, medicalese is like a foreign language to them. Why make the process even more complicated by failing to translate your clinical trial information?
In this short video, learn the differences between on-page and off-page search engine optimization (SEO) for your clinical trial website.
Personalization is the process of creating a more customized experience for website visitors. One way to do this is to create clinical trial microsites. More tailored content enables you to engage with your visitors, who then will spend more time on your website.
If your clinical trial website is in English only, you’re missing out on about 95 percent of the world’s population. By providing translations in various languages, you provide your website visitors with an immersive experience in their native language.
Educating and engaging patients and caregivers via a clinical trial website helps boost study recruitment and retention. Learn how personalization, SEO, targeted ads, site optimization techniques and interactive tools can attract more qualified visitors.
Patient engagement is a big buzzword in the healthcare industry. Patient DIS-engagement, however, is the real challenge. See the statistics on where we as an industry are falling short when it comes to clinical trials.
AstraZeneca made a commitment in 2015 to deliver PLS in advance of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) policy coming into play, says Julie Holtzople, Clinical Trial Transparency Operations Director. Many other sponsors have followed suit, taking a proactive approach to clinical trial disclosure and transparency. The statistics explain why. According to a 2017 (CISCRP) study1, 72% of the respondents said they want a summary of their results, 91% thought receiving results was really important, and 53% said they had never received a summary of results. “Our leadership made that commitment, and then we had to go figure out how to do it,” Holtzople says.
What’s CRO and what’s it got to do with clinical trial engagement and recruitment? No, it’s not clinical research organization. In digital marketing, CRO stands for conversion rate optimization, and it’s an important part of any online marketing strategy.
TrialScope, the global leader in clinical trial transparency and compliance solutions, announces the appointment of Ruben Echandy as Chief Technology Officer.
When the word “technology” is used in conjunction with clinical trials, many people think of how technological advancements have impacted the actual studies themselves. Wearables, mobile monitoring and the gamification of medicine are just three areas gaining traction. But let’s go back to basics. Clinical trials require participants, and recruitment is one area where study sponsors can use technology to their advantage. Following are a few examples of how clinical trial sponsors -- and, with a few tweaks here and there, any healthcare professional -- can use technology to boost public knowledge and accessibility.
The big challenge for study sponsors is that clinical trial transparency remains a “volatile” area with continuously evolving requirements and expectations. Most life sciences companies don’t have the time, money or resources to develop a compliance solution.
Regulatory agencies such as the European Medicines Agency (EMA) mandate that plain-language summaries (PLS) be objective and nonpromotional. That’s why, even if posted on a sponsor’s site, PLS should also be posted on a portal open to all sponsors.
Sponsors are increasingly incorporating plain-language summaries (PLS) into their clinical trial disclosure practices. Learn what’s prompting this movement, beyond regulatory requirements.
When researching vendors, particularly in the tech space (and especially in clinical trial disclosure), you should look at more than just the price tag. Do your due diligence. How long has the vendor been in business? What does its client roster look like? What kind of reputation does it have in the industry?
TrialScope has partnered with Greater Gift to donate vaccines to children in need. Through this partnership, TrialScope encourages and recognizes participation at industry events and in special projects. Greater Gift efforts to encourage clinical trial participation have resulted in more than 108,000 children receiving a life-changing vaccine.
A sponsor’s clinical trial website should be about more than just recruitment. It should educate patients. It should help them throughout the clinical trial journey – before, during and after. But creating a website from scratch is easier said than done. Learn the pros and cons of DIY vs. outsourcing the project.
TrialScope Chief Strategy Officer Thomas Wicks will speak at Vivli’s One Year On: GDPR and its Implications for Data Disclosure and Data Sharing event May 13 in Tokyo. His presentation is titled “Spotlight on Trial Disclosure Compliance: 2019 Global Regulation Review.”