We’re excited to announce the launch of Hale Research Solutions, now available for all clinical teams and research organizations looking to leverage the power of remote care and digital platforms to support next generation clinical discovery.
Starting today, researchers and investigators can join over 750 clinical institutions already using Hale’s remote care platform to improve patient access, increase engagement and extend their research beyond the four walls of the clinic.
Over the last six months, we have worked with the leadership team at the Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center at LSU to pilot specialized features that extend the Hale platform and optimize the clinical trial experience for both investigators and participants.
“By reimagining the ways we can conduct research at scale, solutions like Hale Health represent a giant step forward in providing access to underserved populations who would otherwise be unable to receive the benefits of potentially life-saving treatment,” explains Dr. Augusto Ochoa, Director of the Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center and a member of the NCI Cancer Moonshot Blue Ribbon Panel. “Through remote, distributed trials we can now work in closer partnership with rural clinical teams to increase participation rates and reduce bias for study sponsors.”
Hale’s study dashboard allows for centralized site and participant management, unlocking the value of distributed resources and allowing for early interventions through real-time alerts.
Help participants stay on track through automated protocols — including messages, tasks, live video visits, and appointment reminders — delivered right to their smartphones.
Push notifications, reminders and routine check-ins keep patients on track and improve data quality. Longitudinal tracking and aggregate reporting options eliminate the administrative headaches of evaluation and data collection.
Simplify symptom reporting and encourage compliance by helping patients get the answers they need, when they need them. Intelligent, easy-to-use triage support reduces barriers to care throughout the study process.
EHR, CTMS and connected device integrations help promote transparency, meet reporting requirements and improve overall study velocity by ensuring data is always in sync.