Adapting To The Medical Monitor: Driving Tech Adoption In Clinical Analytics

Medical monitoring is an essential part of the clinical trial process, primarily to keep study patients safe from any potential harm, and also to maintain the integrity of medical data supporting the trial. The challenges medical monitors face can be daunting; not only are there far more clinical trials than before, each trial generates exponentially more data than ever before.

What Do Medical Monitors Fear Most?

Medical monitors are the unsung heroes of clinical trial development. At the end of the day, there is nothing more important than the safety of trial volunteers, and medical monitors are critical to ensuring that focus. This article provides insights from medical monitors about the obstacles they face and their impact on the overall study conduct, operational efficiency, and most importantly, subject safety.

Are Safety Signals Overlooked In Clinical Trials?

With the increasing scale of study data and a growing number of clinical trial databases, medical monitors face additional pressures crunching large data sets to detect and report safety signals, which is resource exhaustive for biopharmaceutical enterprises and CROs. Here, Jennifer Prichard, MD, and Hunter Walker, discuss challenges with existing medical monitoring processes, and how new technologies can help improve efficiency.

Clinical Data Aggregation

Learn about the challenges for sponsors and CROs when integrating a vast array of data sources, typical relational database structures and why they don’t work for clinical analytics, as well as the ideal clinical data aggregation solutions for continuous, automatic data consolidation.

Signals Medical Review

This solution for medical monitors, Signals Medical Review, empowers clinical development teams and medical monitors to detect safety signals faster and reduce time to submission by combining medical review workflow with advanced analytics.