Reduce time to the start of recruitment to as fast as 4 weeks, with a central IRB and virtual site capabilities that minimize time-consuming start-up activities.
Increase patient retention to ~98% by providing complete health records to provide them with long-term value.
Reduce burden on any sites you choose to open by eliminating manual data entry into an EDC and providing data-driven patient eligibility recommendations.
Evolve your study over time without starting new studies through ongoing access to source data from patients who have already consented to participate in research.
Customize your recruitment strategy to enroll patients without needing to activate sites. Find the right patients for your study by leveraging our 40+ partners, including:
Capture retrospective and prospective data for each patient across all locations of care – independent of providers, insurers, or health systems – with technology-enabled data provenance.
Collect data from patients, their caregivers, or a provider while minimizing burden. Our virtual site capabilities can collect:
Enhance the value of medical data by securely linking to other patient-level data sources using standard tokenization methods, including:
Set your study up for success with our team of epidemiologists, data scientists, and project managers, who can provide support throughout your study’s lifecycle.
Wondering what PicnicHealth can do for you? Here’s a few ways our partners partnered with us to support their evidence-generation needs.
A mid-size biotechnology company to demonstrate the impact of a newly approved LC-FAOD treatment on major clinical events (MCEs) to regulators to expand their label.
With PicnicHealth, the biotech company could generate evidence that demonstrated that the new treatment effectively decreased the number of MCEs for label expansion.
A top 20 biopharmaceutical company wanted to create a new therapeutic for PBC-associated pruritus, and needed
to demonstrate an unmet need and determine the impact of the disease on quality of life for payers.
With PicnicHealth, the data package in payer dossier effectively demonstrated unmet need and disease impact on QoL to improve benefit classification.