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Negating Lasagna’s Law

You know what it’s like. You take on a clinical trial convinced that you have enough of the right patients to meet recruitment targets. But you haven’t gotten very far down the funnel when you realize that you may have greatly overestimated the cohort of patients that meet trial criteria. Its common practice for those […]

3 Technologies Changing Clinical Trials – Notes from SCOPE 2017

Most of us have experienced firsthand how technologies like Mobile, Big Data, Cloud and Social have transformed Finance, Retail and Manufacturing. But the impact of these and associated technologies on Healthcare has been more like an evolution than a revolution while stakeholders figure out how to leverage tech to solve complex challenges and derive tangible […]

Maintaining patient data security and privacy at Mount Sinai with CLiX ENRICH [Video]

Maintaining the security and privacy of patient information is paramount to conducting clinical research and often times a prohibitive factor to deploying third party solutions. Forerunners in the use of automation to find eligible patients to enroll in clinical trials highlight the advantage of using CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials whereby they can process clinical […]

Get the Whole Patient Picture

ICD-10, or the International Classification of Diseases 10th Revision, is used to collect morbidity and mortality information for populations all over the world. As a late adopter of the classification, the United States has its own specialized version of this clinical coding system, ICD-10-CM/PCS. The U.S. also uses this classification, as do many other countries […]

A paradigm shift at Mount Sinai [Video]

Researchers at Mount Sinai are making a paradigm shift in how they find and rank eligible patients by using CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials to analyze vast amounts of clinical data in the hundreds of thousands of patient records they hold. In this video blog, we spoke to Dr. Steven Coca, Dr. Girish Nadkarni and Stephen Ellis to understand the difference that CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials is making.

4 Reasons to Automate Patient Recruitment

More drugs are being approved at a faster rate than ever before. Record numbers of new drugs were approved in 2014 and 2015, with marked increases in the approval of first cycle CDER applications. The increase in approvals can be attributed to both an increase in applications submitted for first in class drugs and orphan […]

Needles in a haystack? No problem.

Recruiting patients for clinical trials is notoriously a difficult and complex task. Typically, research sites rely on labor intensive, very inefficient and time consuming manual processes, including chart review and clinician memory to identify potential candidates. Even if you’re considering using a recruitment partner, they are still relying on conventional methods of advertising, manual vetting […]

Overcoming Recruitment Hurdles

Failure to recruit a sufficient number of suitable patients can delay a clinical trial by years, or even worse, result in failure to even get “out of the starting blocks”. Fortunately, automated on-site review of unstructured clinical narrative in a clinical data warehouse and/or EMR (Electronic Medical Record) using CLiX ENRICH for Clinical Trials can identify […]

Unlocking Buried Treasures with CNLP

Finding patients matching complex eligibility criteria for clinical trials requires review of unstructured narrative content in clinical notes, radiology/pathology reports, transcription files and discharge summaries. These narratives reveal treasures locked in unstructured data, helping organizations quickly identify patients for clinical trials. Manual vs. machine reading Manually reviewing vast numbers of clinical documents to find patients […]