Insights On Clinical Technologies

  1. What Successful eClinical Vendor Selection Looks Like

    Clinical research company implements EDC to gain efficiencies in mobile data capture and perform real-time data analysis to quickly validate data quality.

  2. What’s The Right Way To Think About Clinical Research In Europe?

    Europe needs to step up the embrace of technology, from AI to mHealth to modern eClinical software, to bring about efficiencies that mitigate some of the costs chasing clinical trials away.

  3. Embrace New Technologies in Trial Design to Reduce Risk and Save Costs

    Four ways to successfully guide and reshape clinical trials to meet the needs of our ever changing social, economic and regulatory climate.

  4. King Arthur’s Excalibur in ICH E6 (r2)

    What is the medical monitor's role in the latest ICH E6 (r2) guidance and how to get them to adopt technology that will help them experience tangible efficiency and quality gains.

  5. Best Practices for User-Acceptance Testing Of Clinical Software

    How to get the most of out of your UAT process and focus your efforts where they should be.

  6. Life Sciences And Serverless Tech. A Step Too Far?

    The special requirements that must be met as  the cloud as adopted by life sciences organizations.

  7. Top Considerations for EDC Vendor Selection

    How to be sure that the solution you’ve chosen is best suited to completing this task with speed and ease.

  8. Twin Revolutions: Will New Tech Get Along With New Regulations In Clinical Research Technology?

    What can be done to that the technology opening new doors in the capture and analysis of clinical data, and the guidance responsible for regulating them, keep up with one another?

  9. Precision Oncology Trials: A Look Ahead

    Learn how clinical development technologies and advanced analytics navigate sponsors through the challenges of patient scarcity to transform precision oncology research.

  10. Adapting To The Medical Monitor: Driving Tech Adoption In Clinical Analytics

    The reasons behind the physician monitors’ reluctance, and what technology needs to offer to convince monitors their work can be more efficient — quickly detecting safety signals and speeding time to submission.