Digital Site Suite
The IQVIA Investigator Site Portal
Understand why companies have standardized their operations on the purpose-built, proven platform that gives sites the power to succeed and sponsors the insights to improve performance and compliance.
Advanced Tech Can Thwart Site Staffing Problems
In clinical research, staffing shortages can delay trials and prevent new therapies from getting to patients in need. Read why Melissa Easy, VP, Clinical Technologies at IQVIA, believes advanced tech may bridge this gap as she reviews tools that are proving useful to study teams.
3 Key Functions Your eTMF Needs To Meet New EMA Regulations
The European Union Clinical Trial Regulation No. 536/2014 recently introduced the most significant changes to the processes for clinical trial applications in at least the past 15 years. Learn how this impacts the Trial Master File and consider three key functions that an electronic TMF must have to achieve compliance and maintain organizational success.
Orchestrated Study Start-Up
Learn how the IQVIA Investigator Site Portal reduces activation timelines and eliminates site frustrations by automating processes and providing complete oversight to study teams.
Whether you’re archiving a TMF delivered by your CRO partner, looking to move out of noncompliant file systems, or interested in reducing the high costs of archiving in your active eTMF, IQVIA eArchive is the rapid deployment solution for you.
Alnylam Puts Sites And Patients First With IQVIA Technologies Investigator Site Portal
When Alnylam Pharmaceuticals began developing medicines for rare diseases with few or no treatment options, the company’s leaders knew they needed to design clinical trials that kept patient well-being and disease burden at the forefront.
Best Practices For Site Communications During COVID-19
With so much new and updated information being shared on nearly a daily basis, it’s important to consider the most effective methods of organization and distribution. Here are some best practices we’ve compiled from working with sponsors and sites of all sizes and specialties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Considerations When Implementing New Technology At Clinical Trial Sites
More than 10 years ago, the digital revolution came to the clinical trials industry, ushering in a host of new technologies for sites worldwide. While a few technologies were lauded, many sites found themselves overwhelmed by the sheer number of new offerings and frustrated by the numerous solutions proposed by sponsors that ultimately made trials more difficult. There are many steps that organizations can take to implement a site-first approach to ensure their tools aren’t missing the mark.
Five Easy Investigator Payment Fixes To Improve Site Relations
Site satisfaction is closely linked to the frequency, accuracy and timeliness of clinical trial payments. Yet making payments has long been a challenging process between sponsors and sites. This white paper reviews five common issues that delay site payments and offers recommendations to resolve these issues, improving payment efficiencies and ultimately site satisfaction.
Global Pharma Company Dramatically Improves Collaboration, Communication, And Compliance In Trials
A Top 5 global pharmaceutical company wanted to help sites do everyday tasks more efficiently, making it easier for site staff to adhere to the protocol and deliver high-quality data. After evaluations and pilots, the company deployed an Investigator Site Portal in a 4-phase approach that delivered benefits each step of the way.