Longitudinal Bale/Doneen Method Study

The goal of the longitudinal Bale/Doneen Method Study is to define essential elements of cardiovascular risk and intervene to reduce and potentially eliminate said risk as well as substantially reduce the impact of existing arterial disease by identifying best practices for reversing the disease process and minimizing future risk.

This project requires development of the protocol, eligible population, performance sites and budget, identification of funding sources and securing the necessary funds, organization of the investigators, their research personnel, development of the treatment guidelines, training for intervention staff and ongoing active monitoring, in addition to all the standard activities for large, longitudinal research projects.

The IOA will develop the relationships with the necessary subject matter experts to ensure this research project is of the highest caliber through the creation of a medical and scientific advisory board. These experts will assist in the development and evaluation of the initial data set collections. A web based, HIPAA compliant, platform will be created to provide the trial sites the capability to upload large patient data sets to a secure server.

Bale/Doneen Method: http://www.baledoneen.com