Clinical Trials Program
Our Clinical Trials Program started in 1998 with a small group of Kaiser Permanente employees scattered among various Colorado locations. In 2002, a formal Clinical Trials Program office was established to conduct clinical trials in Colorado.
Now, the Clinical Trials Program consists of over a dozen employees, specifically trained and certified in the conduct of clinical trials. The team works with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and various pharmaceutical companies to conduct voluntary clinical trials with our Kaiser Permanente members.
The Clinical Trials Program Team:
- Focuses on treatment and intervention trials primarily in phase 2 and 3 of development
- Selects trials based on the clinical needs of both providers and patients
- Participates in trials with future diagnostic benefit to the KPCO patient population
To provide the highest quality support for clinical trials conducted within the Kaiser Permanente Colorado region through an innovative and integrated Clinical Trials Program that respects and provides for the needs of patients, physicians, and researchers.
To provide access to and support high-quality trials that advance science and have the potential to bring alternative treatment and therapies to our members and the communities we serve.
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