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  • Clinical Educators & Nurse Advisors

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  • Quintiles Clinical Trial

    To ensure patient adherence, education is a powerful tool. Clinical nurse educators offer a new approach to motivate patients.

    Quintiles clinical nurse educators – also known as nurse advisors – are credentialed healthcare providers with years of experience educating and managing patients with chronic conditions. They complement the work of the traditional sales representatives, delivering critical information to help improve patient outcomes.

    Clinical education gives all stakeholders critical treatment information to help:

    • Increase patient adherence – Meeting directly with practitioners to provide information necessary to facilitate diagnosis, adjust treatment regimens and improve outcomes and patient compliance 
    • Improve stakeholder access – Working one-on-one with patients or disease advocacy groups to ensure thorough knowledge of therapies 
    • Support infrastructure for efficient measurement and reporting – Collecting real-world data to demonstrate the effectiveness and long-term success of therapies

  • The connection between patient adherence and clinical education

  • Quintiles Clinical Trails

    Read how in one of the longest running Quintiles HMS projects, nurse educators provided training on MS and therapy to new patients and their caregivers, improving retention rates by 40%.  Read case study

  • Quintiles Clinical Trails

    Clinical Educators, also known as Nurse Advisors or Health or Medical Educators, demonstrate changing healthcare providers (HCP) behaviors can increase brand adoption and support sale force objectives. Clinical Educators can improve HCP understanding of the clinical aspects of the brand, drive accuracy in diagnosing patients and successfully engage patients and care-partners to improve treatment regimens, driving brand adoption and adherence, maximizing brand ROI.

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