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How Do You Bring 2020 On-site to Your Research Site?

July 14, 2021 | By 2020 On-site

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Your company has identified a need for mobile vision assessments — now what? Whether you need us at specific testing locations, patients’ homes, treatment centers, or physician offices, getting our mobile vision clinics on-site to support your next clinical study, research project, or post-market drug is just like using any other vendor. To get us rolling your way, follow these five steps outlined below. 


Step 1: Discuss your needs. 

In order to best serve your study and patients, we need some preliminary information to get started. This will involve an onboarding call to discuss study details such as location(s), schedule of events, and expected enrollment numbers. These details help us customize our programs based on the need of the sponsor. After understanding the basics, we can design a program to best address your goals while helping mitigate risks. 

If you’re ready to schedule your first call with us, reach out to lifesciences@2020onsite.com.


Step 2: Identify how we can work together.

We know the red tape can slow down progress — our team is here to help get ahead of it. Because we are familiar with various types of vendor onboarding requests, we can help facilitate the process and make it as stress-free as possible for your team. From contracts like MSAs and SOWs to logistics like data and security audits, 2020 On-site will work seamlessly with your procurement team so we can maintain expectations and keep the trial running on time. 


Step 3: Get specific.

Depending on your mobile assessment needs, we’ll determine if it is an urgent rescue scenario or an event that can be scheduled for a future date. We’ll also discuss important questions such as how many patients you expect, where primary endpoint collection will happen, and when the research should be completed. Our discussions during this step will help identify the number of mobile clinics, equipment, specialty staffing, specific training, and required certifications before moving forward.  

Step 4: Finalize the paperwork.

Once the details are ironed out, it’s time to finalize important paperwork. This is when we will review and sign contracts, develop a project launch plan, and submit any necessary documents to the IRB, such as patient consent to be treated in a mobile vision clinic. 


Step 5: Get to your patients.

We will connect with study coordinators or patient recruiters to ensure our process and protocols make sense to our target patient pool. By speaking to community representatives and advocates, we can prepare for a diverse group of patients who may need additional services to feel more comfortable, such as translators, accessible exam areas, or flexible appointment scheduling. 2020 On-site handles everything, so there is no extra work on your end to manage patient scheduling and logistics.  


Now we’re rolling! 

Once we complete those steps together, we’re ready to bring convenient on-site vision assessments to your patients, whether that is in-home, at multiple testing locations, or at a physician’s office. You can count on our clinical staff to make patients feel at ease all while collecting the data you need. 

Ready to use 2020 On-site for your clinical research? Contact lifesciences@2020onsite.com today. 

Topics: Life Sciences

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