Palleos’ process support
Palleos has a strong history of strategic alliances, which fueled much of its growth in the last two years. For us, the core feature of strategic alliances is the ability to adjust processes and structures to one another in a way that does the type of project justice. Such is handled best by participating in a clinical project from start to end encompassing the time from setting up the project, crafting a clinical study protocol, and financing to the set-up, execution, and finalization of the project. Together with an increasing digitalization, such will provide the opportunity to integrate processes of the parties involved. This not only refers to the sponsor and the CRO, but also to patients, hospitals, authorities, etc. Such integration allows for managing the increasingly complex designs of studies. CROs will need to find ways to improve study execution and effectiveness to compensate for the increasing efforts within the areas of strategic regulatory affairs and study execution. Integration of processes and systems will be a central strategy to achieve these goals.
In the planning phase we assess overall goals, evaluate the competitive landscape to then draft the clinical study (Phase, #of centers) to match the strategy from a sponsor and patient perspective.
In the build phase, we set up the clinical protocol, contact opinion leaders, and define the structure for clinical study. Our goal is to find a working set up for all stakeholders.
This phase includes tasks such as project management, regulatory affairs, monitoring, etc to guarantee a timely and successful execution of the project.
Palleos constantly assesses the performance of the study, using benchmarking and KPI systems to compare site and study performance to the goals of the project.