Study to characterize access to specialty care received by American Indians/Alaska Natives (CATORI)

  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Ophthalmology
Trial Status:

Recruiting

This trial runs in
Countries
  • United States
Trial Identifier:

ML44072

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      Trial Summary

      A study to characterize access to specialty care received by American Indians/Alaska Natives (CATORI)

      Genentech, Inc. (United States) Sponsor
      ML44072 Trial Identifier
      Both Gender
      18 Years and above Age
      No Healthy Volunteers

      Background and study aims:

      The main purpose of this study is to explore ways to improve access to specialty care and clinical research for participants who are American Indians (AI) or Alaska Natives (AN). The study findings may also help reduce the amount of time needed to diagnose participants, could help improve the patient experience and reduce the overall cost of healthcare to society.

      Who can participate?

      People who are over 18 years of age, self-identify as American Indian or Alaska Native and have any indication requiring referral to a specialist (neurologist [brain and nerve specialist], ophthalmologist [eye specialist], or oncologist [cancer specialist]).

      What does the study involve? (what interventions will be compared, will all participants receive the same treatment, what measurements will be taken)

      Participants will have to be a part of this study for 12 months (1 year).

      Participants will be seen by their primary care provider (PCP) and specialists as per the Standard of Care (SoC) frequency. The participants will be asked to complete surveys and questionnaires during the study: up to twice during the study: after a visit with a new doctor or healthcare provider and at Months 6 and 12. The study visits at Months 6 and 12 may not coincide with the participants visit to the PCP or specialist. Study-specific data including surveys/ questionnaires will be collected during primary care office visits, specialty care office visits, by phone or virtually.

      The surveys included in this study ask questions about trust in the healthcare system, financial burden, effects of medical conditions and barriers experienced when accessing the healthcare system.

      What are the possible benefits and risks of participating?

      Participants will not receive any health benefit from participating in this study, but the information learned in this study may help researchers and doctors learn more about medical conditions in general. Other patients with the medical conditions observed in this study may benefit from results of such research in the future.

      Participants will receive monetary benefit on participating in this study.

      There are no risks from participating in the study.

      Where is the study run from?

      Genentech (United States)

      When is the study starting and how long is it expected to run for?

      July 2022 to October 2024

      Who is funding the study?

      Genentech, Inc. (United States)

      Who is the main contact?

      global-roche-genentech-trials@gene.com

      Trial Summary

      A study to characterize access to specialty care received by American Indians/Alaska Natives (CATORI)

      Genentech, Inc. (United States) Sponsor
      ML44072 Trial Identifier
      Neurology, Ophthalmology, Oncology Condition
      Official Title

      Study to characterize access to specialty care received by American Indians/Alaska Natives (CATORI)

      Eligibility Criteria

      Both Gender
      18 Years and above Age
      No Healthy Volunteers

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