Proposals being accepted on a rolling basis until June 01, 2024


The COVID-19 pandemic catalyzed decentralized care through increased use of telemedicine, retail/pharmacy clinic services, and other remote clinical care services. However, it also highlighted challenges in conducting clinical trials for medical countermeasure. Developers had difficulty working with sites to recruit, enroll, and retain patients especially in settings outside the hospital. D-COHRe aims to leverage the shift in decentralized care and enhance clinical study capabilities by partnering with organizations focused on providing decentralized clinical care, directly to where the patients seek it.


The D-COHRe program is seeking multiple partnerships with the following types of organizations who are interested in building or enhancing their clinical study capabilities:

  • Retail clinics
  • Pharmacy clinics
  • Mobile Clinics
    (pop up sites, vans, or trailers)
  • Urgent Care Clinics
  • Standalone ERs
  • Telehealth Providers/Platforms
  • Virtual Health Service Providers
    (use of AI-powered Technology allowed)
  • CROs focused on Decentralized Clinical Trials

Our goal is to support capability building that aligns with both the strategic future business priorities of the partner, as well as with BARDA’s needs for decentralized clinical trial capabilities for pandemic preparedness.


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Review and prepare the technical proposal as outlined in section 4.1 of the solicitation

Review and prepare the business proposal as outlined in section 4.2 of the solicitation (including the template in Appendix F)

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