Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Google/Alphabet are the first companies to reach market capitalization of over a trillion dollars, with no end in sight for continued exponential growth across the technology sector. At the core of their jaw-dropping success is a revolution in the customer experience, triggered by digital and empowered through data-driven personalization.
Advances in big-data analytics are increasingly being employed to extract targeted information with the potential to drive life-sciences research and clinical practice closer to the goal of personalized and precision medicine.
Irvine-based CureClick and Thread of North Carolina have formed a partnership to improve patient recruitment for clinical trials. CureClick tackles major barriers to clinical trial recruitment, including lack of patient awareness and fear of experimental medication safety, through a community of patient activists and influencers.
As the hype around so-called siteless trials continues unabated, two trial tech firms are joining forces to tap social media influencers to help push more patients into studies. The pair: decentralized clinical research company Thread and trial recruitment firm CureClick. They say their new pact will allow sponsors and contract research organizations to “access the power of patient activist-driven crowdsourcing to improve recruitment” in virtual trials.
Fulfilling a commitment to diversity and inclusion in the Phase 3 COVE Study of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine, Moderna enlisted the help of TrialScope, the global leader in clinical trial disclosure and transparency technology, for patient recruitment. Moderna utilized TrialScope Connect, an industry-first patient referral collective that connects sponsors and clinical trial recruitment partners to rapidly find, screen and enroll clinical trial participants.
The Gratton-led Alchemy Factory has hatched a series of its own ground-breaking ventures, including CureClick, a novel crowdsourced clinical trial recruitment service, inVibe, a disruptive speech emotion market research platform for health, SONIC, a story-driven idea consultancy, BryteLife, an electrolyte-charged club soda, and Carma, a real-world game where everyday people can save lives and earn rewards..
Fabio is the founder of Alchemy Factory, a southern California-based digital health incubator and co-work space focused on helping companies accelerate/commercialize products. Previously Fabio founded one of the leading digital agencies in the US, Ignite Health, that went on to be acquired by inVentiv Health in 2007. Fabio stayed on to operate as Chief Innovation Officer through 2013 then left to spend time with family.
At the Gratton residence, Fabio has made a lifetime commitment to providing endless buckets of love for his family. And like most daddies, he has spent the past several years working diligently to crack the code on life/work harmony.