Allied Digestive Health’s Department of Clinical Research is committed to targeting unmet health needs and providing our research patients access to necessary treatments. Focused on providing the best quality of care to our research patients, we aim to deliver a positive experience in every interaction through our advancement of technology, patient care, and research for patients with gastrointestinal disorders.
Our research team has extensive experience with clinical trials and prioritizing patient safety. We adhere to all FDA regulations including following the principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP). As an additional form of safety, all clinical trials are approved by an independent Institutional Review Board (IRB). By closely monitoring your health, we pledge to provide quality care personalized to individual health needs.
What is Clinical Research?
Clinical research is the study of health on individuals through examination. Research allows us to gain a better understanding of a variety of diseases and make continuous improvements.
With the introduction of innovative technologies, we are committed to adopting new technology that make studies safer and more effective. Clinical research allows us the opportunity to provide a transformative impact for our patient, and simultaneously increase our medical knowledge.
Why Perform Clinical Research?
Clinical research is an essential aspect of improving patient care as it allows physicians to discover new methods of detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Clinical research is the fastest way to find effective treatments. Without clinical research, our knowledge revolving around clinical care would cease to exist.
How Does the Process Work?At Allied Digestive Health, we are focused on providing patients with the best clinical trial experience. That’s why we take the time to exam all patient information including nutrition, behavioral health, and the effects of the gastrointestinal disease on the patient’s well-being. With a knowledgeable team of physicians and health care professionals, we are able to provide you with a personalized experience throughout the entire process.
During the TrialAlmost every clinical trial will follow this five-step process:
Your Rights in a Clinical Trial
Colorectal Cancer Screening
Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
AHCRO was formed as an entity of ADH with the goal of offering our patients access to the many benefits of clinical research in a community setting. AHCRO is committed to providing our research participants with a safe and enjoyable research experience, and our industry partners with clean, usable data.
A few highlights of our program: