ResearchDecember 7, 2022

Compensation norms create inequity in clinical trials.

Imagine a patient participating in a clinical trial for a new vaccine. They take a half day of PTO to visit the clinic, which is a...
ResearchNovember 8, 2022

Secondary conditions and race/ethnicity affect type 2 diabetes patients’ interest in clinical trial participation.

SubjectWell recently fielded a survey engaging over 300 type 2 diabetes patients. The findings showed that diabetes patients demonstrated high overall interest in clinical trial participation,...
ResearchSeptember 8, 2022

Across multiple demographics, accommodations boost patient interest in clinical trial participation and barriers lower interest.

Minority populations are significantly underrepresented in clinical research. When comparing the FDA’s recent Drug Trial Snapshots data with US Census data, women, white patients, and older...
ResearchJune 17, 2022

Spanish-speaking patients show strong interest in clinical trial participation in the US.

For a clinical trial to be successful, patients need to be the top priority. However, language barriers faced during the clinical trial process can often result...
ResearchMarch 31, 2022

Non-small cell lung cancer patients show strong interest in clinical trial participation across disease progression.

In February 2022, SubjectWell announced the expansion of its proven marketplace to include oncology clinical trials, beginning with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). Lung cancer is...
ResearchMarch 14, 2022

SubjectWell expands its proven marketplace to include non-small cell lung cancer trials

SubjectWell has been providing risk-free patient recruitment for 10 years, building awareness of the benefits of clinical research and offering choice to patients with chronic ambulatory...
ResearchJanuary 4, 2022

Younger Parkinson’s patients show strong interest in clinical trial participation and high comfort with digital research technology.

Parkinson’s disease (PD), a lifelong and progressive neurological condition, affects about one million people in the United States alone. Primary PD symptoms involve motor impairments, like...
ResearchSeptember 10, 2021

Survey of asthma patients found subgroup with limited acceptance of diagnosis.

In the US today, approximately 20 million adults have asthma. With no cure for asthma, around 8% of Americans use medication to prevent asthma attacks and...
ResearchJuly 6, 2021

Higher frequency of HCP visits in the US correlates to greater likelihood of clinical trial participation.

In our most recent international survey of patients in Canada, South Africa and the US measuring the impact of healthcare usage, we found the country with...
ResearchJune 21, 2021

International survey shows country with lowest healthcare usage and trust correlates to highest likelihood of clinical trial participation.

Quality care in any healthcare system relies heavily on patients developing and maintaining trust in their healthcare professionals (HCPs). As we’ve witnessed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,...