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MEDIA
August 8, 2016 – Great interview with Clincierge CEO Scott Gray at DIA! How the industry can do better in supporting unique patient populations – PHARMAVOICE

June 10, 2016 – Bringing Patient-Centricity to Clinical Trials – RAREcast


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Adding Personalized Patient-Centric Services, Transparency and Comprehensive Communications Improves Clinical Trial Performance, Says Clincierge®

  • Clincierge® to Highlight Success of Clinical Trial Recruitment and Retention-Boosting Services at World Orphan Drug Congress USA 2017

 Philadelphia, PA (April 5, 2017): A high level of communication and personalized support for patients and caregivers can help overcome the often enormous challenges of patient recruitment and retention in orphan and rare disease clinical trials, according to Scott Gray, chief executive officer of Clincierge®.

Clincierge will be showcasing the company’s unique hospitality-driven services that support clinical trial recruitment and patient retention at World Orphan Drug Congress U.S.A 2017, being held in Washington D.C. from April 19 – 21. Additionally, Mr. Gray will chair the second day of the Main Conference, April 21.

“Patient recruitment and retention is an especially acute problem for rare and orphan disease clinical trials, as patients are widely dispersed and may face issues, such as physical limitations, that affect their ability to readily participate in trials,” said Mr. Gray. “As a result, clear and consistent communications and personalized, “high-touch” support for patients and caregivers can go far to ensure a high level of participation throughout even very lengthy studies.”

He noted that patients need to clearly understand the level of support that will exist for them throughout a study, especially for trials requiring multiple visits to distant study sites, so that the burdens of participation are not overwhelming.  “Knowing upfront that most of the logistical burdens and costs of trial participation will be handled for a patient and their family, and that there will be someone they can talk with by phone throughout the study in their own language and time zone can strongly encourage their enrollment,” Mr. Gray said.

“Sites, too, need to understand what support will exist for patients, separate from what they themselves offer,” Mr. Gray continued. He noted that rare disease trial sites play a large role in deciding which studies they will take on, and that decision is often made based on the “total package” of how the trial is designed and what services are being offered to patients upon enrollment that will help them to participate and remain on study through the full duration of the trial.

By overcoming burdens to patient enrollment in clinical trials and helping them to remain in the study despite the often significant challenges of continued participation, Clincierge’s unique hospitality-oriented services are reducing clinical testing time and cost, while improving the overall performance of clinical trials.

Clincierge Presence at World Orphan Drug Congress USA 2017

If you would like to know more about how Clincierge can improve the performance of your clinical trials, whether for rare or orphan diseases or for trials affecting larger numbers of patients, please visit our booth on the Exhibition Floor, #220, Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.

About Clincierge®

Clincierge® reduces barriers to clinical trial participation, enhancing enrollment and reducing drop-outs. We help put patient needs first, providing personalized support, travel and accommodation logistics, and directly paying trial-related costs outside of reimbursable incidental expenses. One-on-one personal assistance in the patient’s own language helps answer study-related questions or concerns. We readily address special needs and complex trial designs, building custom solutions to specific study-related problems. We operate worldwide in 30 countries and 20 languages, adding service areas and capabilities as needed. Our goal: to reduce clinical testing time and cost, thus helping get new treatments to market as swiftly as possible. For more information on our company and services, please visit our website at http://www.clincierge.com.

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Contact:

Kathy Murphy
Clincierge®
Email: kathy.murphy@clinicerge.com
Ph: +1-215-413-7881

For Media:

Joan Kureczka
Kureczka/Martin Associates
Email: Joan@kureczka-martin.com
Ph: +1-415-821-2413


 

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NEWS


February 28, 2017 –
Rare Disease Day

December 21, 2016 – Innovators 2016: Divisions – PM360

November 14, 2016 – 2016 LGBT Business of Pride Award Honorees – Philadelphia Business Journal

October 26, 2016 – Scott Gray of Gray Consulting International will be presented with the 2016 LGBT Business of Pride Award on November 10, 2016 – Philadelphia Business Journal

August 23, 2016 – Team ‘Building Better Health’ Clincierge® and MedMatRx collaborate – Inspiring Hope Ideathon

August 23, 2016 – TMP Wins Gold Helping Out Olympic Athlete’s Father – TMP Marketing Bulletin

August 8, 2016 – Hospitality Care Service for Clinical Trial Participants – BioNews Services

August 11, 2016 – Liz Willock and Clincierge® make it to Live TV CTV News

August 1, 2016 – Passenger raises money to send Olympian’s Uber-driving dad to Rio – Yahoo! Sports

June 14, 2016 – The Conversation – Scott Gray

June 1, 2016 – Patient-Centricity Key to Rare Disease Trial Success – PharmaVoice

May 26, 2016 – Company offers concierge services for participants in clinical trials – MedCity News

May 20, 2016 – CLINICAL TRIALS DAY! Celebrated around the world on or near May 20 each year in order to celebrate the day that James Lind started what is often considered the first randomized clinical trial aboard a ship on May 20, 1747

April 21, 2016 – CRO Analytics and ACRP Unveil Site Voice Advisory Board Members – CRO Analytics

March 21, 2016 – ACRP and CRO Analytics to Present Site Voice ™ Findings at Executive Summit on Site Strategies CRO Analytics

February 4, 2016 – Best Practices Finalists Announced; Clincierge – Patient Recruitment, Support and Retention for Rare Disease Trial Clinical Informatics News

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