How to Collect Your Medical Records for a Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are the way that most new treatments are tested for initial efficacy and are becoming much more public in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are sick, having easy access to your medical records is important for a multitude of reasons. But if an appealing or selective trial opens up, having your records available and organized prior to joining a clinical trial could save you time and stress and help you secure a spot in the trial. Even if you are not sick, in order to join a trial, you will likely be required to produce an extensive set of your medical records.

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Topics: patient images access, Transferring Medical Records, clinical trial, Purview Capture

Four Steps for a More Efficient Clinical Trial

Clinical trials are a critical part of the development of medicine and treatments. In the United States, there are just under 400,000 clinical trials in progress at the time of this writing. However the clinical trial market is becoming increasingly saturated, with a smaller participant pool to recruit from. This causes many to cancel clinical trials before they even start, which can lead to a loss of money and time invested. So, how can you keep your clinical trial on track to ensure efficiency throughout?

In order to develop an efficient clinical trial, or make your current clinical trial more effective, you will need to consider the important steps necessary to execute the trial. We're going to take it back to the basics and cover some basic steps that are important for any clinical trial and discuss the ways in which those steps can be executed with supporting technology.

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Topics: cloud pacs, clinical trial

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