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NEW YORK, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment: Accelerate Enrollment, Increase Retention and Reduce Costs

Clinical trial costs are skyrocketing amidst patient shortages, fewer drug approvals and limited growth in the number of available clinical investigators. At the same time, companies face stringent demands for more safety data — and patient recruitment stands as a pivotal roadblock. As pressure mounts and competition for patients intensifies, superior trial teams build resilient strategies for attracting and retaining patients, and their efforts are backed by sufficient resources.

Accelerate enrollment and expand your clinical capabilities with our detailed benchmarks and best practices from more than 80 companies across the life sciences. Use this report to eliminate barriers to patient recruitment and ensure trial completion:

 Master trial recruitment: Explore 16 patient recruitment activities and track the effectiveness of each strategy. Learn how trial protocol can stimulate patient participation. Train site staff and investigators to emphasize recruitment.

 Motivate patients to enroll: Learn how to think like a patient by mastering eight enrollment motivators — including both tangible and emotional draws. Effectiveness ratings for each motivator will guide your strategy as you mine patient demographics and market research to bolster recruitment.

 Integrate recruitment into formal trial structure and process: Resolve disagreements quickly by determining patient recruitment ownership and strengthening strategic partnerships with vendors. Consider using the expertise of a patient recruitment specialist.

 Budget for patient recruitment: Are you spending enough on patient recruitment? Win increased funding with detailed spending benchmarks (including recruitment as a percentage of the total trial budget), site-specific budget data, and information for 10 therapeutic areas and medical devices.

TABLE OF CONTENTS13 Executive Summary

17 Study Methodology

18 Study Definitions

19 Profiled Companies

20 Patient Recruitment: Five Key Findings and Recommendations

27 Supporting Patient Recruitment with Increased Budgets

79 Integrating CRO Outsourcing with Internal Structure

80 Patient Recruitment Structure

84 Using a CRO to Assist with Patient Recruitment

88 Best Practices in CRO Contracting

95 Methods and Activities to Improve Patient Recruitment

97 Site and Patient Demographic Evaluation

107 Site Development

115 Mass Media Marketing

123 External Patient Recruitment Activities

131 Patient Motivators and Patient Retention

132 Patient Motivators

142 Patient Retention?

155 Company Profiles

156 Oncology Trials

170 Type 2 Diabetes Trials

174 Obesity Trials

176 Cardiology and Thrombosis Trials

180 CNS/Neurology Trials

186 Mental Health Trials

190 Hematology Trials

192 Infectious Disease Trials

196 Pain Trials

198 Rheumatology Trials

200 Respiratory Trials

202 Medical Technology Trials

204 Consumer Products Trials

206 Other Trials? Cutting Edge Information CLINICAL TRIAL PATIENT RECRUITMENT

KEY METRICSThe five chapters in Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment include benchmarks that detail patient recruitment spending, structure, and activities, as well as data for patient enrollment motivators, recruitment tools and retention strategies.

Chapter 1: Supporting Patient Recruitment with Increased Budgets(52 data charts)

Patient recruitment budget data for sponsors, sites and CROs broken out by trial phase (Phase 1, 2, 3a and 3b, and 4):

• Percentage of clinical trial budget dedicated to patient recruitment

• Dedicated patient recruitment budgets (trials and sites)

• Total trial budgets per phase at trial level and site-specific level

• Patient recruitment budgets per patient enrolled

Patient recruitment spending data broken out by therapeutic area:

• Cardiovascular

• Central Nervous System/Neurology

• Type 2 Diabetes

• Hematology

• Infectious Disease

• Inflammation

• Mental Health

• Oncology

• Pain

• Urology

• Medical Device/Diagnostic?

Chapter 2: Integrating CRO Outsourcing with Internal Structure(5 data charts)

• Prominence of recruiting outsourcing, including reasons sponsors contract with vendors for patient recruitment

• Popularity of dedicated patient recruitment groups

• Efforts to integrate patient recruitment into trial protocol design

Chapter 3: Methods and Activities to Improve Patient Recruitment (31 data charts)

Data (including effectiveness rankings) for 16 patient recruitment activities:

• Evaluating site and investigators

• Conducting patient demographic/population research

• Working with advocacy groups

• Organizing health fairs and community outreach

• Training site staff/investigators on patient recruitment

• Developing site support materials

• Using Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs)

• Managing a call center

• Contacting patient referrals

• Managing mass media marketing:

• Radio

• Newspaper/print

• Television

• Web-based marketing

Chapter 4: Patient Motivators and Patient Retention(21 data charts)

Effectiveness by phase for the following Patient Motivators:

• Prospect of improved treatment

• Convenience of sites

• Prospect of free medication/treatment

• Number/frequency of visits

• Short trial duration

• Transportation compensation

• Monetary compensation

• Non-monetary incentives

Percentage of companies using Patient Retention strategies, by phase and company type:

• Visit reminders by email

• Visit reminders by text message

• Print/paper patient support materials

• Online patient support materials

• Treatment follow-up by phone

• Follow-up by web/email

• Transportation assistance

• Patient visits

• Caregive support

Chapter 5: Company Profiles(54 data charts)

Each profile contains the following information:

• Patient Recruitment Profile

• Trial information

• Therapeutic area

• Number of patients enrolled

• Trial status

• Company Information

• Company type

• Region

• Patient Recruitment Spending

• Presence/absence of dedicated budget

• Total trial budget

• Patient Recruitment Timeline

• Targeted enrollment vs. actual enrollment

• Months behind or ahead of schedule

• Patient Recruitment Tactics

• Patient recruitment activity

• Company performing task (e.g., sponsor, CRO, other vendor)

• Effectiveness ranking

To order this report:Drug Discovery and Development Industry: Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment: Accelerate Enrollment, Increase Retention and Reduce Costs

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