Industry Insights

  1. FDA’s Holiday Gift: Digital Health Policy Upgrades
    7/20/2018

    These guidance documents should provide greater reassurance to digital product developers about how and when FDA will classify and regulate their products.

  2. Maximizing Efficiencies In Site Enrollment
    7/20/2018

    Pharma companies and CROs are recognizing the need for focused electronic feasibility solutions to resolve challenges with processes managed in Excel trackers.

  3. Which Door To RBM Adoption?
    7/18/2018

    Overcoming the many known barriers to adopting and implementing an RBM program.

  4. 4 Tips For FDA Submission
    7/16/2018

    What can you do during your study to maximize your chances of success when it comes time to submit?

  5. What Are The Full Implications Of The eSource Revolution?
    7/16/2018

    As more and more sites adopt eSource, the industry is poised for swift change and dramatic growth.

  6. Companion Diagnostic Development: Current Trends And Recommendations
    7/12/2018

    Learn six strategies for success when developing your companion diagnostic.

  7. Age Diversity In Clinical Trials: Addressing The Unmet Need
    7/10/2018

    In a recent New York Times article, Paula Span raises the concern that elderly subjects are frequently omitted from clinical trials.  Consequently, physicians know very little about how a given treatment may affect their older patients.  Is a medication effective for the elderly?  Is it safe?  Without data, how is a physician to know?  

  8. PMDA Puts Regulatory Approval On A Fast Track
    7/9/2018

    An overview of the PMDA innovative, fast-track regulatory initiatives including the sakigake Designation System and the most recent Conditional Early Approval System.

  9. Improving Imaging Biomarkers In Oncology
    7/9/2018

    This article summarizes progress from the initial imaging biomarkers developed to evaluate tumor shrinkage in response to cancer therapeutics, to the challenges posed by contemporary treatment paradigms which may produce new patterns of response.

  10. The Importance Of Real World Evidence In Oncology
    7/9/2018

    There is a significant need to collect Real World Evidence (RWE) to demonstrate the benefit of these drugs in clinical practice which can then be used as the wrap around to demonstrate true clinical benefit and address all stakeholder needs.