The New Normal for Clinical Trials
Kencor is improving the efficiency of Clinical Trials through virtual experiences with the introduction of T3 - Telehealth Trial Transformation, making it simple and easy for patients to participate at home.
Why Virtual Transformation of Clinical Trials?
Current clinical trial operations are costly, require in-person follow-up, and are challenged to engage study subjects for the long term.
Introducing Kencor Telehealth Trial Transformation. Kencor Health is the first company to use Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring in a unique modular design to create Virtual Clinical Trials to enhance study subject experiences and to streamline trial execution
- Improving study subject retention through video telehealth
- Creating efficient workflows for trial coordinators through telehealth and app-based data collection
- Remote patient monitoring to evaluate study subjects between trial encounters
- Clinical trial dashboard for quality reporting and PI monitoring of clinical trial throughput
- Real time data collection through telehealth, app-based PROs, and remote monitoring reduce trial costs through virtual care
- The current operations are costly, require in-person follow-up, and are challenged to engage study subjects for the long term
- Patient reported outcomes collected during in-person study encounters
- High costs for study subject retention (travel, remuneration)
- Follow-up with trial coordinators on site
- Vital sign and physiologic parameters that are infrequently collected
- Do not employ digital methods for long terms study subject engagement
- Kencor's T3 are inexpensive with no in-person followup, and engaging is simple and easy
- PROs, QoL assessments frequently assessed with app-based data collection
- Survey assessments that can be customized per trial requirements
- Telehealth - video - visits with trial coordinators performed at anytime for study subject convenience and to reduce trial costs
- Digital health devices for patient-generated data on a daily basis and during symptom onset
- Smart methods for study subject engagement