Trilogy Benefits

  • A Pool of Experienced Writers: Access to Trilogy’s pool of highly trained medical writers and their extensive experience in writing all types of documents and communications.
  • Documents Tuned to Their Audience: Cater to different audiences and their wide-ranging profiles, needs, and differing levels of understanding: reviewers, key opinion leaders, investigators, doctors, patients, academics, budget holders, and sales forces.
  • Therapeutic and Development Area Experience: Make use of our wide experience of therapeutic and development areas and the regulatory review process.
  • A Dedicated Writing Team: A dedicated team to provide maximum continuity over the course of a project and ensure “parallel processing” – expediting the writing of documents.
  • Offloaded Clinical Team: Relieve your clinical team of the management and coordination burden of preparing key clinical documentation across a broad range of medical indications by outsourcing to Trilogy for proactive support in ensuring project delivery on time and on budget.
  • Accustomed to Working with Pharma and CROs: Medical writing support geared to all types and sizes of pharmaceutical companies and contract research organisations (CROs): ideally suited to a “functional outsourcing” model.
  • Overcome Resource Bottlenecks: Sufficient resources to overcome capacity bottlenecks.
  • Standardised and Compliant Document Formats: Documentation formats and procedures, including style guides and quality control, meet required international standards.
  • Proactive Advice on Your Project: Proactive interaction with your clinical teams to anticipate documentation needs for the development programme (and beyond) and ensure timely preparation.
  • Global Coverage: Global reach offered by our local offices in both Germany, the UK and the US, backed up by the coordination of worldwide “virtual teams”.

For further details on the Trilogy approach, please click on the corresponding items of the Why Trilogy? submenu.

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