Direct-to-Patient (Therapy)


The ability to expedite enrollment and retain patients throughout your clinical trial is key to the efficient commercialization and clinical development of your therapy. Ultimately, compressing a therapy's time in development can allow sponsor companies to better allocate resources and ensure patient populations throughout the world receive the treatment they need. That’s why pharmaceutical companies continue to look for more patient-centric solutions to attract and retain participants. A direct-to/from-patient (DTP/DFP) model is one such solution, adding convenience for patients who are unable or unwilling to travel to testing sites as well as extending your reach to include patients in remote areas who might not otherwise have been able to participate in your trial. As an expert in clinical trial logistics, QuickSTAT understands each DTP shipment requires its own unique supply chain, which we will help you design.

  • Clinical trial materials delivered to the patient’s home within product specifications and time constraints in coordination with the home health nurse or patient for administration of investigational drugs
  • An end-to-end logistics plan that includes supply chain design as well as temperature monitoring 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 and specimens are properly packaged and classified
  • Return pick up and delivery of biological specimens from the patient's home to central or specialty labs for testing and compiling data
  • Strict and transparent chain of custody to ensure all patients receive their medication only, on time and within temperature
  • 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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