Minority CRO | Minority Clinical Trials Research Organization



Innovative Clinical Concepts (ICC) is a woman/minority owned clinical trials Research Service organization that provides specialized services to study sponsors/CROs. Our primary focus is to work with physicians and clinical practices who serve minority, underrepresented, and women patient populations. Our management team has a combined experience base of more than 60 years in the pharmaceutical and medical industries.

ICC brings a unique perspective to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical, and device industries, as well as government based researchers through its ability to provide community based clinical trial investigators that have a variety clinical trial experience. With their community participation in your clinical trial, you will experience a direct increase in underrepresented and minority populations (African Americans, Latino and Asians).

 

While most organizations focus on global recruitment of physicians and patients to participate in clinical trials, ICC is committed to recruiting from our pool of physicians and their patients in the United States that ensures a diverse patient population is recruited for your study; thus allowing subpopulation stratification .


ICC specializes in conducting clinical trials in the following
therapeutic areas:
(Phase II through Phase IV)


Hypertension

Diabetes

Asthma

Depression

GI Disease

Renal Disease

Oncology

Medical devices

Orthopedics

Infectious diseases
Obesity/Hyperlipidemia

Osteoporosis

Cardiovascular disease

Biomarker studies

Other

Clinical trial services include: investigator site selection, investigator and
staff training, investigator site initiation, patient/subject recruitment, budget management,
data management, study drug management, site monitoring, regulatory readiness, project management, quality assurance, study closeout.

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