Rave Virtual Trials
Improve the entire patient, CRO, and sponsor experience with clinical trial virtualization.
Virtualizing clinical trials eliminates many challenges that plague the traditional clinical trial model. Virtualization offers a new engagement paradigm for sponsors, investigators, and patients that optimizes patient interaction reduces the patient burden and decreases trial costs.
Rave Virtual Trials is an intuitive, web-based application that serves as the patient-facing interface for virtual trials and hybrid studies. Medidata’s “Trial Dial” helps sponsors strike the right balance of site-based and virtual visits to deliver a true patient-centric clinical trial with more engaging and dynamic patient participation.
Discover the benefits of clinical trial virtualization. Let Rave Virtual Trials help you improve operational efficiency, scalability, and patient recruitment and retention—resulting in better data and lower trial costs.
More flexibility in virtual trials means more ease and efficiency for you and your patients.
Why Rave Virtual Trials
As virtual as you want to be
You’re in control with Virtual trials “Trial Dial,” which allows you to conduct trials on-site, virtually, or as a hybrid of the two. No other platform lets you create the right balance of site-based visits and virtual visits for lowered costs and maximum study efficiency and data quality.
A single source of data
Streamline data management and reduce operational costs with a holistic patient engagement platform that easily merges into your eClinical system for a unified data source. Integrated with Rave EDC, the Medidata platform meets all analytic, regulatory, and compliance requirements.
Improve engagement and compliance
Create the ultimate patient-centric protocols, alleviating the patient burden and easing patient recruitment challenges. With Virtual trials, the data follows the patient rather than the other way around, bringing a new and unmatched level of convenience to clinical trials.
Running the largest virtual clinical trial