Transforming the clinical trial to help us live our best lives
Innovations in clinical research
Clinical research has benefited from several advancements in recent decades: enhanced electronic data collection; expanded patient access to information and increased autonomy; more personalized and targeted treatment populations; and the use of virtual health tools and novel end points.
And yet seismic challenges remain.
We set out to examine what clinical trials will look like in 10+ years and how this will impact the health ecosystem. We interviewed a cross-section of thought leaders within the biopharma industry, patient advocates active in advancing progress in research, and several of our own life sciences and health-care sector experts.
Download the report to see where leaders should focus to enable this future:
- Make tomorrow’s end consumer the focal point of their business, in some instances reversing traditional logic to understand their universe and anticipate future needs.
- Engineer innovation speed and agility into their organization to enable more rapid idea development through a think big, start small, and scale fast mind-set.
- Participate in cooperative, systemic transformation outside company walls to deliver on shared goals around technologies, operational methods, and disease understandings, as well as to benefit from greater transparency of learnings.