The first stage of our process is to create a specific project that meets the enrollment needs of the clinical trial and match it to a nonprofits’ fundraising goals.
How big is the study? Have other recruitment efforts failed? What are specific potential problems?
Where are the clinical sites located by zip code? We coordinate nonprofit fundraising for the study just to those recruitment areas.
What are the fundraising goals of the nonprofit? How big is their contact list? We coordinate the demand of the study recruitment to the size and need of the nonprofits to get the best results.
We draft an IRB approved letter for the specific study and have it approved by the nonprofit as well.
Shout it from the roof
Once we have established the needs of the clinical study and goals the nonprofit fundraising effort, we then have the nonprofit organizations send the informational email promoting the study to all of their recipients.
Each email recipient can forward the email to their own email list to help promote and amplify clinical trial participation and fundraising efforts.
In addition to information about the clinical trial (and the importance of clinical trials in general), there is a “Do I Qualify?” button that potential interested patients can click which takes them to a HIPPA secure site to further screen them as potential candidates.
At no time does CliniSpan Health see or control the nonprofits’ email lists. That remains entirely in the control of the non profit. Nor does the nonprofit find out who clicks to find out more information
The process of converting old stuff into the New and Beautiful
The people who click “Do I Qualify?” are sent to a secure server for further customized screening. Passing those, they are referred to a local clinical research site for a screening appointment.
For each screening appointment scheduled, the study Sponsor/CRO pays the nonprofit (via the CliniSpan Health portal).
Instead of wasting valuable resources on ineffective advertising campaigns, the study dollars are UpCycled back into the community nonprofits as part of their fundraising campaign.
The nonprofits win, the clinical study wins…and most importantly …The people win! That is a beautiful thing