Direct-to-Patient (Medical Devices)


From blood glucose monitors and pulse oximeters to portable EKG machines – at-home medical devices can be lifesaving. These types of devices are also perfect for Direct-to-Patient (DTP) clinical trials, giving you acess to a wider, more diverse range of participants from all parts of the world. As an expert in life science and healthcare logistics, QuickSTAT understands that clinical trials for medical devices can have unusual requirements. That’s why our team of experts will help you develop a plan with an individual supply chain for each DTP shipment designed to get your medical device shipments to patients as quickly as possible to keep your clinical trial moving.

  • Door-to-door route planning and real-time GPS tracking to ensure clinical trial materials delivered to the patient’s home within product specifications
  • An end-to-end logistics plan that includes supply chain design as well as temperature monitoring as needed throughout the entire shipping process
  • Expert temperature-controlled logistics for all ranges from refrigerated to controlled room temperature (CRT)
  • A market-leading online IT platform, QuickOnline, with the ability to blind patient data combined with project management tools such as real-time shipment monitoring and status alerts
  • Comprehensive regulatory support, to ensure that trial materials are properly packaged and classified
  • Access to certified dangerous goods specialists, if needed, with an in-depth knowledge of international laws around shipping hazardous materials
  • Strict adherence to patient privacy combined with a proven knowledge of HIPPA and GPDR compliance
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Direct-To-Patient Solutions
for a Rare Disease
Clinical Study

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