– Risk-free clinical trial marketplace, SubjectWell partners with data-sharing platform Human API to provide free record retrieval to clinical trial sites and sponsors.
– The risk-free clinical trials marketplace will use Human API’s platform to simplify patient-approved health data collection and speed up the randomization process.
SubjectWell, the risk-free clinical trial marketplace has partnered with data-sharing platform Human API to provide free medical record retrieval to clinical trial sites and sponsors. Through this partnership, SubjectWell seeks to increase the speed of the randomization process and further bolster its risk-free offerings for sponsors.
Medical record retrieval remains a pain point today for clinical trial sites, as considerable time and resources are dedicated to manually obtaining medical records before sites can confirm a diagnosis and enroll a patient into a study. With the Human API platform, SubjectWell can now give prospective participants a simple way to share their medical records – no matter where or how it was stored – in just a few minutes. SubjectWell can then send the electronic patient records along with their pre-screened at no additional cost beyond the per-randomized-patient price.
“We’re proud to be the first in the industry to provide free medical record retrieval for sites and sponsors as part of our risk-free randomization model,” said Ivor Clarke, CEO, SubjectWell. “We’re focused on delivering game-changing services to help ease the burden of patient recruitment felt across the pharmaceutical industry. By working with Human API, we are continuing to help sites and sponsors cut their workloads and streamline the path to last patient in (LPI).”
HumanAPI has built a consumer-centric health-data network that connects, normalizes, and structures data from 85% of acute care and critical access hospitals, along with pharmacies, labs, and 300+ wearable devices and fitness apps. Human API empowers insurance, corporate wellness, health plans, digital therapeutics, and clinical research organizations to build and deliver consumer-centric apps and services with electronic health records (EHR) and personal device data from everywhere.