Patient Centricity: Practical Tips on Putting the Patient at the Heart of Your Clinical Strategy
This Solution Provider Webinar is brought to you by DIA in cooperation with PAREXEL International Corporation.
A recent report released by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), The Innovation Imperative: The Future of Drug Development, found that drugs developed across the industry using patient-centric designs had faster study enrollment times and were 19 percent more likely to be launched. Surprisingly however, it also found that only 5.2 percent of Phase II and III trials utilized this patient-centered approach. This webinar will explore how to successfully leverage a patient centric approach in your business, deploy patient centricity from study design through conclusion, define best practices, and share practical tips for success.
This on demand webinar will take approximately 1 hour to complete.
Continuing Education Credits are not available for this event.
- Designing studies that reduce the practical, geographical, and financial barriers for patients
- Determining meaningful endpoints that matter to patients
- Aligning study level priorities with corporate patient centricity goals
- Capabilities and requirements for running virtual/decentralized trials
- How do we provide value to the patient?
- Where does the study fit in the standard of care?
- How does the patient transition back to care after the study ends?
- What support is provided after study participation?
Who should attend?
Professionals who work in the area of:
- Patient centricity
- Patient recruitment
- Clinical operations
- Data operations
- Product Development/Strategy
- Management level: Include Sr level (VP +)
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to:
- Define patient-centricity and understand what it means for your organization
- Understand the state of patient centricity within the industry today
- Learn how to prepare your workforce for practical use of a patient-centric approach
- Acquire practical tips and best practices to become patient centric today