Major Clinical Research Organisation

clinical trial digital consent


Digital consent solutions for a large, not-for-profit private hospital clinical trial.

This major clinical research organisation is the largest not-for-profit private hospital group in Victoria (Australia), with a reputation for excellence in diagnosis, treatment, care, and rehabilitation.

The organisation is a pioneer in Australia’s health system, incorporating the most recent advances in evidence-based medicine to provide their patients with innovative treatments and services.



Consentic digital consent solutions.

One of their clinical trials has been using Consentic since 2020.

It shows that Consentic has helped them in consenting their participants remotely (especially during the pandemic) and has also improved their staff’s work efficiency.



Consentic is a great platform to use when consenting patients for clinical trials. Having used Consentic for a year, I’ve found the website interface clean and easy to navigate. You can see if the patient has viewed the consent, and are notified by email when the patient has completed signing it. Time is saved enrolling patients because the research staff does not have obtain the consent in person, nor wait for the consent to be sent back via mail. This has been incredibly useful during the pandemic, especially for the patients who live rurally. Patients have fed back that they were happy with how they were consented, finding the animation clear and easy to understand. If you’re looking for an eConsent platform to consider, I’d definitely recommend Consentic.”

Rhea A., Clinical Research Nurse/Research Coordinator





Consentic’s solution has been validated using two randomised controlled trials (Miao et al. JAAD International 1,1, 2020, 13-20). Both showed that Consentic improved patient knowledge, improved understanding of pre- and post-operative requirements, and improved patient satisfaction regardless of the patients educational background.


Patients have rated Consentic at 4.6/5 stars in improving their understanding, satisfaction with the consent process, addressing their concerns about the procedure and being able to go into the procedure and/or treatment with confidence.


Why wouldn’t technology help your clinic? Most other processes have been digitised over the last 30 years with efficiency gains, so who shouldn’t consent?


Consentic’s ability to translate languages to offer consents to patients from culturally and linguistically diverse background is part of our commitment to bring equity to healthcare.


We care about improving health delivery in a win-win way that is better for patients and better for doctors.

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