optimizing site selection

Select provides a data-driven approach to weighing selection and performance variables to aid in the identification of sites and target populations ideally suited to studies. Open sites on time and meet enrollment targets.

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meet enrollment targets

Competition for sites and enrollment issues has led to an increase in the number of non-active, non-enrolling (NANE) sites being activated for clinical trials.

Select reduces number of NANE sites:

  • Validates site enrollment performance
  • Integrates all data sources to create a comprehensive site profile
  • Profiles patient populations to design and tune protocols

 

11% of sites do not enroll a single subject, 37% under enroll. With actual enrollment timelines typically double planned timelines.
Ken Getz
Director of Sponsored Research Programs & Associate Professor
Ken Getz
Director of Sponsored Research Programs & Associate Professor

Nearly 60% of protocols require
one or more amendments, with 40%
of all amendments occurring before the
first study volunteer receives their first dose
in the clinical trial.

shorten cycle times

Increased protocol complexity — number of amendments, number of endpoints, eligibility criteria — has created challenges with site feasibility assessments.

Select reduces selection cycle time:

  • Integrated workflows to complete all site ID and selection activities
  • Reuses site profile data to maximize accuracy of data
  • Workflows to manage CDA, protocol amendments, site ID survey pre-study visits

facilitate global collaboration

Outsourcing of clinical trials has led to a reliance on global affiliates to understand all local processes and approvals, combined with ongoing study complexities, including volunteer to screen completion rate, has increased costs and delays.

Select reduces complexity:

  • Integrated workflows to complete all site ID and selection activities
  • Driving data-based business decisions and transparency
  • Providing site selection data for regulatory compliance
  • Mitigate recruitment and retention risks

20-50% of clinical trials will have
a “rescue mission” where new sites are
added in order to cure a shortfall in patient enrollments.

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