Plantar Fasciitis Case Study

Inflammation of the Plantar Fascia Ligament Study

Description

  • Evaluating and supporting the efficacy of a study within a set timeline.
  • A phase 2 randomized placebo-controlled study of humeral lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) and plantar tendonitis disease.
  • Targeted patients are both gender adults, with a history of (tennis elbow) humeral lateral epicondylitis and plantar tendonitis inflammation.

Challenge

  • To establish a stage strategy to increase patient traffic and to tackle the required amount of patients needed.
  • To create a campaign plan and run through study sessions and meetings conference to further engage with the study coordinator.
  • To raise clinical awareness and cultural acceptance by removing the stigma that may be carried behind it.
  • To manage a numerous areas of application to ensure the health care media and patient data base outreach can be used for patient trafficking.

Solution

  • To participate and collaborate with health care media websites and spread awareness on google ads.
  • To build a solid infrastructure of the project and act on the role of the study by referring patients to the screening investigative site puzz and smt on 14 different investigative search information site. As patients were able to find by disease and run through questionnaire screening process.
  • To interrogate a patient database network archive which covers over 2, 000, 000 patient registry in Japan that could cater to this study. Which were available from the offset of the patient recruitment procedure manually created by our expert team.
  • To manage a numerous areas of application to ensure the health care media and patient data base outreach can be used for patient trafficking.

Outcome

14 sites
183 participants
12 entry
  • All requirements set were executed within one month of contract execution period.
  • Efficient coordination of vendors and immediate contact and showing a successful registration rate and meeting of campaign target.
  • 183 conducted the online screening through puzz. 102 were disqualified and 81 eligible patients passed the screener. From that 12 patient were successfully enrolled to the study and 26 were disqualified at prescreening examination and 43 participants couldn’t part take from the study because the enrollment number was met.
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