Trialbee has launched a new centralised software platform designed for recruitment teams to expedite patient recruitment timelines in clinical trials.
The Trialbee Honey software platform enables real-time analytics for tracking, measuring, and evaluating all patient-related recruitment activities, irrespective of referral sources.
It is designed to empower sponsors, contract research organisations (CROs) and sites to ensure timely patient enrolment outcomes to support clinical trial goals.
Using Trialbee Honey, recruitment teams will be able to enrol and engage qualified patients for a study while optimising timelines using real-time analytics.
The analytics dashboard of the new platform provides patient recruitment transparency and foster communication, as well as engagement.
It also allows study teams to consolidate the recruited patients from different sources.
Trialbee CEO Matt Walz said: “Trialbee aims to crack the code in-patient recruitment through disruptive software products that optimise the patient experience, reduce site burden, and empower sponsors and CROs with data-driven insights into their enrolment programmes.
“The market needs have changed, and traditional approaches for matching and enrolling patients have become a bottleneck to bringing new drugs, devices, and therapies to the patients that need them most.”
The complete journey from potential candidacy to patient recruitment can be mapped using Trialbee Honey, which also reduces the burden on the trial sites.
Trialbee product head Martin Kilsgard said: “Trialbee Honey manages all patient matching and enrollment activities, regardless of the recruitment source, in a single, purpose-built solution.
“The robust analytics dashboard enables transparency, streamlines recruitment processes and improves diversity representation in trials so that patient recruitment teams are empowered to make timely decisions that shorten enrolment timelines.”
Trialbee and Castor entered a strategic collaboration last month to improve access to clinical trials, expedite participant enrolment and enhance engagement.