Welcome to SiteRx

Have you seen the SiteRx logo on your doctor's website? 

This means they offer clinical trials as an additional care option, Supported by SiteRx.

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What is a Clinical Trial?

A clinical trial is a type of research study that is designed to understand new medical interventions. These interventions could include drugs, devices, or changes in behavior. Clinical trials require volunteer participants to receive these interventions. Participation is completely voluntary at all times.

What are the Potential Benefits of a Clinical Trial?

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Clinical Trials unlock the opportunity to receive a potential new treatment before it is available to the general public and at no cost to you. 

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Your participation may help advance medicine for a specific disease or condition.

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During the clinical trial, you will receive medical oversight and testing in addition to the care you receive from your doctor.

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Some clinical trial testing includes special diagnostics that are not available to the public or covered by insurance companies. You may receive access at no additional cost.

“I want to thank SiteRx for providing me with this opportunity and staying with me during this process. Thank you for staying in touch with me when others didn’t. I really appreciate this. I want to thank my doctor as well for sending me over to you all.”

- SiteRx Patient


What is SiteRx?

Offer clinical trials to your patients

Your physician understands that navigating clinical trials can be difficult. Only 3% of the nation's doctors participate in clinical research.1 That's why they've connected with SiteRx to enable additional care options for their patients.

At SiteRx, in coordination with your doctor, we handle the administrative tasks behind trial enrollment, so you can seamlessly join a research study when interested and qualified. Our success teams are dedicated to ensuring a positive experience, from explaining options available to you to onboarding you at a research site. SiteRx is with you every step of the way because, like your physician, we truly believe patients should understand additional options that may be available to them. 

What Should I Know About SiteRx?

If you qualify to participate, your doctor may ask us to contact you. SiteRx will contact you and provide information about the opportunity, at which point you can decide whether or not you are interested in learning more about participating. If you are interested, we will also help you with next steps to ensure a good experience and care coordination with your physician. 

Want to Learn More?

Have you Received a Call from SiteRx?

This means your doctor has already approved your qualifications. For more information, please call SiteRx back or dial the number below and we'll route you to your dedicated SiteRx Patient Experience Advisor. 

+1 (888) 840-4564

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I Haven't Spoken to my Doctor about Clinical Trials

No problem! The good news is your doctor is already working with SiteRx and can help you access a study where you are qualified. If you're interested to see if there are study options for you, please have a conversation with your doctor and let them know you're interested in exploring clinical trials as an additional care option. 

 1. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) data.