The separation of clinical research and patient care has deep roots, but new demands to decrease cost and increase quality have both sides looking for new solutions. Collaboration brings one solution, increasing the volume of patients participating in clinical research and improving the kind of care that can be offered in many communities and to a wide breadth of patient populations. Learn more about the benefits — including the cost, speed, and quality of trials — in this article co-authored by Alycia Rose James, an independent healthcare consultant, and Mary Costello, Vice President, Training and Development at Elligo Health Research.

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