4 ways to save time and simplify your next trial search with Inato

Whether you’re focused on finding a specific type of clinical trial for your patients or working to line up more trials for your research center, you’ve probably spent some time in front of your computer, combing through the online depths of the highly gated clinical research universe.

Laurel Uballez
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Whether you’re focused on finding a specific type of clinical trial for your patients or working to line up more trials for your research center, you’ve probably spent some time in front of your computer, combing through the online depths of the highly gated clinical research universe.

We’ve been in your shoes, and we know the painstakingly time consuming, often unrewarding task of searching for clinical trials online. The lack of visibility to details, no advanced awareness of trials, limited access to sponsors, cumbersome application processes, and restrictive barriers for selection make a community research site’s search for trials one of the biggest hurdles to expanding patient access to treatment.

That’s why we created Inato.

“Of all of the ways sites could find trials, this by far has to be the easiest.” – Mohsin Alagi, CCRC, Universal Research Group, LLC

Inato is completely free for sites and solves for your biggest clinical trial search and application hurdles. Here are four ways you can save time and expand access to more patients:

1. Stop googling for trials and create an Inato profile (it’s free!)

Stop testing variations of search phrases or clicking through a rabbit hole of sub-pages in search of more details or contact information. Inato brings trials from top-30 sponsors to you, all in one place, with easy-to-read trial details. Sign up today and set up your profile to begin receiving customized recommendations by disease area.

2. Focus your efforts on the RIGHT trials.

No more wasting time completing feasibility questionnaires for studies that aren’t a good fit. With access to clear trial details and a quick two-minute questionnaire, we help you identify if a trial is a good fit before you invest much time and effort into providing evidence and data. By only applying to trials that are a good fit, you can focus your efforts on the applications where you’re most likely to be selected.

3. Use the right proof, however you have it.

No need to throw everything and the kitchen sink at sponsors when it comes to supplying proof. The key is all about providing the RIGHT evidence and information for the sponsor and trial. Inato helps you identify what that is and guides you through it. By appealing to the trial and sponsor priorities, you’ll have the best chance at selection and won’t waste time on unnecessary information. Plus, we accept proof in whatever format you have. Stop losing time converting files and navigating all the different sponsor-required software systems.

4. Ensure you’re getting quick sponsor feedback.

Choose a partner or channel for communication that allows you to receive quick responses, clear feedback, and easily follow up. Our efficient process and direct line of communication with sponsors means your Inato site support team gets you a fast sponsor response on selection (usually within 10 days) and clear feedback when not selected. This feedback really helps you save time and energy by focusing your efforts on the right priorities to improve your chance at selection next time.

Ready to start streamlining your trial search? Join the other 1,700+ community sites around the world using Inato.com for free today.

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