The Clinical Research Access & Information Exchange Initiative targeted TransCelerate’s strategic priority of improving the patient experience by better informing patients.
The links between available information about clinical trials and the potential trial participants are often missing or broken, and this is further complicated by the fact that available clinical trial information often lacks utility for the average patient. Existing infrastructure used to host and disseminate clinical trial information can be very complex and difficult to navigate and to understand. Furthermore, when patients do enroll in clinical trials, they do not always have access to valuable information about their experience during or after clinical trial participation.
Clinical Research Access & Information Exchange was launched to provide a better window into information about clinical research and trial options and to contribute to a more rewarding clinical trial experience via better exchange of information with trial participants.
Ultimately, benefits include:
- Simpler, user-friendly clinical trial information search and navigation on clinical trial registries
- More meaningful information (and data) exchanges between clinical researchers and trial participants before, during, and after trial participation
- Better engaged and educated public (including patients and health care professionals) with respect to clinical trials
For more information, and to explore our solutions, visit our Initiative Solutions page.