Category: Data-Driven Forecasting

Participant recruitment is notoriously the most difficult part of a clinical trial. Between identifying potential participants, screening, and enrollment most studies spend an inordinate amount of time trying to find the right people to participate. Nick Karrasch, Trialfacts’ CEO, likes to describe what typical recruitment looks like without the Due Diligence process. Sites may try read more


Underperforming patient recruitment has been a long-time problem for clinical trials. Ninety percent of worldwide clinical trials are delayed due to under-performing patient recruitment. Study timelines are typically extended to nearly double their original duration to meet desired enrollment levels for all therapeutic areas. In addition to delayed timelines, 37% of sites do not meet read more

So, you are well on your way to a successful clinical trial. Like all projects, there is one key element to achieving success: staying on-budget! At Trialfacts, we not only want to keep you connected with viable volunteers and patients, but we are also here to help you through the entire process of executing a read more

When planning and preparing for a clinical trial, it can be tempting to get caught up in the goals and processes of your research and neglect one of the key areas impacting your study’s success: patient recruitment. As a clinical research recruiter, it’s crucial to understand how you can improve your recruitment so you can read more