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Home Nursing

Rare diseases,
Pediatrics,
Oncology,
Neurology…

  • Service
    and logistics set-up

    Study documentation preparation

     

    Supplier contracting (sourcing of supplies, devices, kits, logistics…)

     

    Communication plan (sponsor, site, nurse network)

     

    Selection and qualification of mobile nurses

     

    Training of nurses

  • Home visits

    Coordination of home visits

     

    Management of IP shipment and/or samples pickup by courier

     

    Day to day management

     

    Completion of source documentation

     

    Schedule next home trial support visit

     

    Out of Office Hours hotline (365 days)

  • Post home
    nursing visit

    Visit report Quality Control and tracking

     

    Waste disposal management

     

    Reporting to site, Sponsor

  • Digital
    &Tools

    Coordination of home visits

     

    Management of IP shipment and/or samples pickup by courier

     

    Day to day management

     

    Completion of source documentation

     

    Schedule next home trial support visit

     

    Out of Office Hours hotline (365 days)

your project
our offer

  • Partnership

  • Investigator site

  • Patients

  • Home Care

  • Various suppliers

Case Study

the Overview

Allow patients with Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressive to continue to participate in a clinical trial during the coronavirus pandemic and the various confinements.

the Challenge

  • Organize home visits instead of on-site visits due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Reassure and support these fragile and worried patients.
  • Ensure that patients are well protected while participating in the ongoing trial.
  • Ensure their physical and mental well-being, avoid stress and pressure due to the health context.
  • Minimize the risk of infection.

Logistic challenges :

 

  • Supply of specialized equipment
  • Blood samples, pregnancy test
  • ECG, blood pressure measurement, respiratory rate, temperature
  • Visual medical examinations
  • Assistance in filling out questionnaires completed by patients
  • Visiocall with the site physician to carry out Telehealth using electronic tablets
  • Drug accountability

the Solution

  • Organization of “Site” visits directly to patients homes
  • Equipment and supplies received by Home nurses for their home visit
  • Dry ice delivery at patient’s home to ensure frozen status from blood processing to the delivery to the central laboratory

the Outcome

The interventions at the patient’s home met the expectations of both the medical teams and the patients. Low patient drop out rate was observed and patients had more serenity with a minimum COVID19 contamination risks.

Sponsor satisfaction, investigators and patients appreciated interventions quality that allowed the study conduct, the monitoring of patient compliance and their retention in the study over these three lockdown periods.

Thanks to our personalized services, we support patients at each stage of the clinical journey with also a better controlled patient drop-out rate.