Speakers: Mike Sweeney, Stuart Redding & Sue Lee (Moderator)
As clinical trials move further into the community, the planning and delivery of a patient centric approach is becoming more important than ever. Today patients often have more information and clinical study choices available to them so it is increasingly important to consider and shape a positive experience.
New products services and technologies have evolved to expand the options available to the patients, healthcare professionals and sponsors to assist in the supply, control and effective monitoring of investigational products. Health systems, physicians and manufacturers benefit from greater efficiency and control, while patients benefit from access to safe and secure products.
CubixxCT, for example, is a small medical grade refrigerator designed to store 2- 8° C clinical trial medication in a patient’s home. The solution was qualified per World Health Organization standards to meet stringent temperature control demands for investigational products. This innovative technology, created by ASD Healthcare, automates time-consuming tasks associated with product inventory.
In this webinar World Courier’s Personalized Supply Chain experts share their knowledge with you, and discuss how our practical experience of home trial support is helping to evolving technologies and move medicine forwards. ASD Healthcare will provide an historical product evolution overview, noting how the success of Cubixx has in commerical drug environments has led to clinical trials use.
1. Discover how this technology empowers the patient and ensures control for the sponsor.
2. Understand which types of studies might benefit from using CubbixCT.
3. Identify how this patient-centric solution can reduce clinical trial site visits, just-in-time deliveries to patient homes and the associated costs for patients and sponsors.
Stuart has over 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry, successfully delivering clinical trials, with a focus on patient recruitment & retention. Stuart has worked across many disciplines, including data management, clinical operations, project management,feasibility, budget & proposal development, business development & marketing. Stuart worked with both Sponsors (American Cyanamid, Novo Nordisk) & CROs (MDS Harris, Chiltern), before joining MRN in 2006 as one of the founders & Head of Project Management. Stuart currently has responsibility for global business development & marketing, with a focus on educating customers in how to utilise home healthcare for successful clinical trial completion.