Article | March 15, 2021

Understanding And Evaluating A Remote Site Access Solution For Monitoring And Source Data Verification In Clinical Trials


Remote site access is now a requirement for clinical trial operations. As you seek to transform your monitoring strategy and build your virtual toolkit, you must must be familiar with the capabilities available. The failure of a remote site access solution will result in disrupted site workflows, increased compliance risk, and ultimately delayed study timelines.

The Florence team put together this list of requirements most sponsors and CROs look for in their selection process to help you make an informed investment in this new technology category. Florence has worked with dozens of sponsors and CROs to deploy a remote site access platform and has a network of 8,500+ study sites connected to its eISF platform.

Remote Access Capabilities Reviewed:

  • Basic Requirements Remote Site Access and Remote Source Access
  • Core Capabilities
  • System Set-Up, Site Set-Up, Structure and Access
  • Site Management and Productivity
  • Sponsor/Monitor Productivity
  • Quality Control Capabilities and Compliance/Inspection Readiness
  • Reporting, Analytics, and Actionable Insights
  • Onboarding and Support Capability Platform
  • Integration and Connectivity Capability

This guide provides an overview and checklist to successfully assess solutions that will modernize your entire approach to monitoring.

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