Article | July 27, 2022

Site-Driven Metrics: Operational Data To Improve Research

Source: Advarra

By Ryan Monte, Director of Marketing

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Many contract research organizations (CROs) and sponsors collect metrics on site performance for their specific use, often requiring sites to provide the information using a variety of tools and formats. However, many of these efforts are of little value to sites because the metrics don’t truly capture the operational realities of conducting clinical trials. The metrics collected and the methods by which they are collected are determined with a top-down perspective of what the sponsors and the CROs want, rather than the sites.

For some sites, metrics are synonymous with the mandated collection of seemingly arbitrary data for reporting to sponsors and CROs. Yet, the true value of metrics is to measure operational performance in order to improve internal processes. In clinical research, this is highly beneficial when applied where the work is conducted: at the sites.


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