The mission of Patient Focused Solutions, Inc. is to support rural and community hospitals and their patients with opportunities previously not recognized. Our primary function is to support hospitals and their patients by providing revenue opportunities to the hospitals and treatment opportunities for their patients not previously available.
The pharmaceutical and biotech industry conducts Clinical Trials to prove the efficacy and safety of a novel drug intended for public use following FDA approval.
PFS can utilize its internal personnel for training rural hospitals to become a site for clinical trials. As stated earlier, Pharmaceutical and Biotech companies (Sponsors) must conduct a series of clinical trials of a new compound, biologic, or device for it to be approved by the FDA for commercial use. Each of those trials depends upon investigator sites, which can be hospitals, to recruit study participants, and follow the sponsor’s protocol for the trial’s success.
Globally, approximately eleven thousand trials are running that have at least one site in the U.S. The proportion of clinical investigators from North America has decreased since 2010. The decline can be attributed to the failure of support and training the site receives in trial management and effective patient recruitment. The Study Coordinator plays a pivotal role in the success of the site. The Study Coordinator’s success is directly related to the quality of the training and support they receive.
The hospital as a site can be the perfect location for a trial as patients are familiar with the hospital and its physicians. That familiarity encourages potential study participants to trust the hospital or site. The rural hospital provides patients typically not included in a trial and thus meet the FDA’s interest in Real-World Evidence and Data.
Patients themselves have the clearest view of the burden of study monitoring, procedures and diary regimens – elements that are particularly impactful for patients with complex, chronic or disabling conditions.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we engage our patient advisors – our staff of medically trained individuals – to assist patients and remotely monitor a myriad of conditions, among them diabetes and hypertension, accurately recording and reporting blood pressure, heart rate, glucose levels, and more with our state of the art monitoring devices and software.
Going further, our friendly team members are there to answer inquiries from members of the public interested in participating in studies or trials for their conditions. We help patients navigate and reduce undue burdens, obstacles, and other tasks that challenge participation in clinical research.
REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) uses sophisticated, patient-friendly technology to monitor patients while they go about their daily lives. RPM has been found to reduce the need for patients to make clinic visits, saving them time and money to travel. At the same time they remain connected with their treating clinician, providing comfort and security for the individual patient, their caregivers and their families.
For rural and community hospitals, RPM technology reduces institutional operational costs, provides alternative revenue, provides continuous oversight and increased engagement of their patients, and provides treating clinicians with a clearer window into their patients’ progress.
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