U.S. trials are not meeting enrollment timelines and over 60% of the U.S. population, who are both under-represented in clinical research and are underserved medically, can be recruited as an expansion to traditional recruitment methods. These groups of patients can gain most from participation in clinical trials, yet different techniques are required to involve them. This session will explore these techniques and report on a pilot being conducted as a new strategy for recruitment.
Analyze the Traditional Patients that go into Clinical Research
Identify the Other 60% of Patients that are NOT in Clinical Research
Report on Pilot of Best Practices being used to Reach this 60%