We cover everything from in-house clinical experts who help you identify the right patients for a clinical trial to ensuring your patients stay with your practice.
Our research has shown that patient navigation support combined with resources to address social determinants of health (SDoH) improves oncology clinical trial recruitment and serves more diverse patient populations. Our Ally Navigators are trained to engage patients where they are in their treatment journey.
Our Ally Navigators are equipped with the tools necessary to facilitate enrollment from awareness and education to clinical trial matching and eligibility screening.
They act as advocates for patients embarking on the clinical trial journey and are available for support along each step of the way.
Ally Navigators act as members of the clinical trial team who help coordinate a patient’s care.
Our clinical trial navigation services reduce burdens experienced by referring oncologists, patients, and clinical trial sites while seamlessly integrating communication among all stakeholders.
Ally Navigators use a combination of automation and human touch to deliver high quality and culturally competent services.
Trial Library creates a curated list of sponsored clinical trials for providers.
Practices are provided with paid opportunities to pre-screen patients.
Trial Library provides last mile navigation support services to patients.
A library is a social good that helps us access knowledge. At Trial Library, we believe that clinical trials are a social good that require inclusion to make the greatest impact.
The estimated rates of cancer clinical trial participation among eligible patients remain between 5-7% with limited progress over the past two decades (source). Only 1 in 10 Americans reported ever being invited to participate in a clinical trial ...