Why Clinical Trials fail?
The majority of clinical trials fall behind schedule and, in certain cases, require clinical study rescue. The most common reasons for clinical trial rescue are: inadequate patient recruitment or noncompliance, insufficient project team communication, current CRO's lack of attention or resources, and changed availability of Sponsor's internal resources
ClinGroup Rescue Studies
Nowadays, around 80% of clinical studies fail to meet enrollment deadlines, and up to 50% of sites enroll one or no patients at all. This corresponds with major sponsors losing millions of dollars for each day the research postpones the drug's commercial introduction.
ClinGroup believes in and has the capacity to respond immediately to a clinical trial rescue crisis. We adhere to the highest business ethics, and our goal is to provide each client with timely results and polite service.
Our previous accomplishments are the best indicators of our future success.
Our Immediate Response To The Rescue Of A Clinical Trial
We work with our clients to examine the current clinical trial situation and provide the best approach to clinical study rescue. Among our services: strategic outsourcing of clinical operational staff to join your existing team as needed, possibility of adding new sites in existing locations, as well as a study of the risks and benefits of expanding clinical trial geography and a review of present project management practices for increased efficacy.
Based on our experience handling comparable rescue studies, the ClinGroup team has developed a rescue study approach for its customers that includes: examination and assessment of all study components, identifying important barriers to research success, developing a study rescue approach focused on removing current roadblocks and study difficulties, accelerated study program and comprehensive solution to restore lost time and momentum.