From major breakthroughs to small-but-important changes in treatment and therapies, the health care you receive is always improving. These improvements often come from clinical research.
Monument Health Clinical Research provides all-inclusive research coordination and study management services for Phase I-IV clinical research studies. Our services range from cost analysis and budget formulation to study management, enrollment, billing, lab and pharmacy, regulatory oversight and reporting. Our staff has over 200 combined years of clinical research experience.
Clinical and specialty research is being conducted in a wide variety of areas at Monument Health. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming involved in clinical research.
Types of Studies Conducted
- Treatment studies to improve the standard of care
- Prevention studies to look for better ways to prevent disease
- Diagnostic and screening studies designed to find better ways to detect diseases
- Pharmaceutical trials to advance medical treatment
- Cardiac device trials
- Symptom management trials to treat and reduce side effects from cancer treatments
Black Hills Cardiovascular Research provides clinical research support for pharmaceutical, device, registry and investigator-initiated trial activity. Heart and Vascular Institute physicians and surgeons have participated in over 250 clinical trials (phase 1-4) in the past 20 years and collectively contributed over 10,000 patient years of clinical data. Participating physician investigators are reimbursed for their time and responsibility through RVU compensation.
Through clinical research, the community has access to treatments and devices before they are commonly available. When a new treatment is approved, physicians use clinical trial experience to quickly move innovations into standard practice.
There are currently 45 active trials and over 600 active participant volunteers.
Call (605) 755-4326 if you are interested in any of our clinical trials.
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Cancer Care Research
Monument Health Cancer Care Institute conducts clinical trials (research studies) with patients to prevent, detect, diagnose, and treat cancers. Clinical trials are also used to study the psychological impact of cancer and to help improve patient comfort and quality of life.
The physicians at the Cancer Care Institute participate with NCI’s National Clinical Trial Network (NCTN), Academic and Community Cancer Research United (ACCRU), Alliance Foundation (AFT), and GOG Foundation clinical trials. Additional clinical trial research opportunities are available through partnerships with major pharmaceutical companies.
Patients who take part in clinical trials have a unique opportunity to receive the most advanced care available — either with a new treatment or with the best standard therapy.
Call (605) 755-2370 if you are interested in cancer care clinical trials. Patients interested in clinical trials can also discuss this option with their physician.
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Monument Health Clinical Research (MHCR) provides research services for a wide range of therapeutic areas for Phase II – IV and post-market, registry and device clinical trials. MHCR provides support to inpatient, outpatient, surgical services, rehab, and a wide variety of specialty services.
For more information, contact Monument Health Clinical Research at (605) 755-4326.
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Active Clinical Trials
Clinical trials are research studies conducted with patients to find effective ways to prevent, detect, diagnose and treat a variety of conditions. They are also used to study the psychological impact of different conditions and help improve patient comfort and quality of life.
To enroll in a trial, speak to your doctor or contact Monument Health Clinical Research at 605-755-4326 or email email@example.com.
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Through clinical research, the community has access to treatments and devices before they are commonly available. When a new treatment is approved, physicians use clinical trial experience and quickly move innovations into standard practice.