Improve Patient Retention by Pairing eConsent With Patient-Centric Perspectives and Approaches

With Tufts research showing average number of patient dropouts remains near 30%, and Advarra reporting that 35% of surveyed dropouts find consent forms “difficult to understand” it’s clear that there is still much to be done towards improving retention. 

Join Medable and key patient advocates as we discuss common challenges faced by patients looking to participate in clinical trials. 

We will explore how a patient-first approach to informed consent can improve patient education, engagement, and comprehension, ultimately improving retention. 

Attendees will learn:

  1. The challenges of understanding consent information
  2. Ideas on how to design the ICF and patient consent process to be patient-centric 
  3. Considerations in offering the choice of in-person or remote consent 
  4. Best practices in incorporating technology to increase engagement and comprehension

Our speakers

Vice President & General Manager, eConsent at Medable

Patient Advocate and CEO of Clinical Ambassador.

As a Senior Director of Solution Consultant, Camila Matheny leads value-driven presentations of all solutions offered by Medable.

Patient Advocate and Caregiver.

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