NJ-based Federally Qualified Health Center Inks Deal with Clinical Trials Matching Service

NJ-based Federally Qualified Health Center Inks Deal with Clinical Trials Matching Service

A Hudson County, NJ-based, federally qualified health center (FQHC) has teamed up with a startup in Buffalo, NY, to match patients to clinical trials. FQHCs are hospitals and medical centers that serve traditionally underserved communities with a comprehensive range of medical services. In a bid to tap into and access a patient population that typically avoids clinical trials, Circuit Clinical inks a deal with Alliance Community Healthcare to offer sponsors access to a diverse patient population, seeking advance investigational treatments across a spectrum of therapeutic areas. Ultimately, the movement to democratize medicine, allowing at-risk patient populations to access the latest, most up to date, evidence-based medicine and advanced investigational treatments. The clinical research as a care option movement moves closer to underserved patient communities via the FQHC.

TrialSite first profiled Circuit Clinical in 2019, profiling Irfan Khan on the TrialSite News Podcast.

Embracing a data-driven paradigm, Mr. Kahn and team originally leveraged the University of Buffalo’s Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics (BIG), which happened to dovetail with a strategy led by Gov....

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