FOMAT Medical Research understood the needs of the Site Identification professionals and released “Helen”, an online feasibility database to assist you in your clinical trials start-up process.
Helen is a unique feasibility database, which feasibility managers, site ID specialists, and clinicians in general are just going to love.
This database can assist in the patient recruitment planning process by delivering high quality data from FOMAT’s Clinical Site Network. More than 50 sites in the Americas are providing their incidence among their outpatients and inpatients to accomplish this promise. And this number is only growing.
“We are extremely excited for Helen. Having site feasibility information at your fingertips just in seconds. Helen was born as a collaborative effort between marketing, IT, and the Clin-Ops team. This research assistant will significantly reduce the amount of time invested in the FQ process, and as a result, accelerating the decision process and improving set-up times to fulfill FOMAT’s promise: to manage the fastest start-up times in the Americas. Ultimately, this will allow patients to have quicker access to care!”, said Nicholas Focil, Managing Director at FOMAT.
Helen can also help you identify Ethnic Focused Sites in the U.S. to diversify your clinical trial and provide better treatment for everyone.
“We understood that the process of identifying adequate clinical sites can be disenchanting. Helen will help feasibility coordinators and site managers get results in significantly less time. Thus, accelerating the process with better results”, said Iván Vélez, Marketing Coordinator at FOMAT.
How to use Helen?
To start using Helen, go to www.fomatmedical.com and find Helen’s icon on the top-right hand corner. You will be directed to a new window. Just look for the condition you are interested, identify yourself, and hit enter. As simple as that. Immediately you will get to see a list of sites with their respective feasibility.
If you want further information or details on these sites, all you need to do is select the ones you are most interested in and click submit. One of Helen’s colleagues will contact you with the detail.
Helen is the best online assistant… she never takes a break. She is available 24/7, all year long.
Helena or “Helen” is a Greek mythology character also known as the “light that shines in the dark.” Our feasibility database takes the name of Helen to assist clinicians, site FQ managers, site ID specialist, and the industry at large shine a light in the site selection process.
Since Helen is being updated and adding features constantly, you can count that this Site ID assistant will guide you in the right direction for your next project in the Americas.
Take a look at this innovative feature provided by FOMAT Medical Research.