Article | April 19, 2023

To Build Or Not To Build: Key Considerations For New Clinical Studies

Source: Mednet
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Choosing a clinical technology partner is a big decision. Identifying a crew that can enable a team to build studies as quickly as possible – and keep them on track – is critical for the success and timeliness of the clinical trial. Whether or not to take on the duty of building studies is a crucial decision that must be made by both the sponsor and CRO research teams before selecting a partner of this type.

For this reason, the clinical research team will have to weigh several factors to land on a path that fits their unique situation and supports their research goals. In addition, teams will also have to consider the pipeline of planned clinical trials, as it could affect the decision.

Make sure to ask these questions when determining whether a clinical technology partner is the right candidate to build a study (or studies) on their own.

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