Insights On Clinical Technologies

  1. What Are The Full Implications Of The eSource Revolution?

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

  2. Medical Coding And New FDA Guidelines For WHODrug B3/C3

    With the FDA mandate for WHODrug B3/C3 less than a year away you have to consider if your coding solution and data capture system(s) are up to the task.

  3. Harnessing Blockchain Technology And Digital Disruption

    Every day, the internet is used to perform countless transactions. While the internet may seem limitless, the technology, itself, is flawed in that it is not capable of assigning actual ownership of the transacted item, or asset.

  4. Conquer Study Start-Up Delays With A Data-Driven Approach

    Study start-up delays have perplexed the best minds in the clinical trials industry for decades. Discover how advanced analytics and an intense focus on the four problem areas can help.

  5. Study Stakeholder Collaboration Takes The Stage At DIA

    A strategy to reduce potential conflicts when working with clinical research study stakeholders.

  6. Three Things eClinical Providers Owe Their Users

    Three essential things for data managers to look for - and for technology providers like us to deliver - as clinical trial technology becomes more prevalent and diverse.

  7. The Future Of Automation And Digital Transformation In Late Phase Research

    It’s been nearly two decades since Electronic Data Capture (EDC) technology was introduced into clinical trials – one of the first significant steps in automating the trial process. Now, with the availability of robotic process automation (RPA), cognitive analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI), it’s time to press on with further digitalisation of clinical development.

  8. Five Considerations For Sites Preparing For eConsent

    Five areas to investigate to determine whether your site is ready based on the 2016 FDA-OHRP guidance about eConsents.

  9. Monitoring Clinical Trials With Electronic Informed Consent

    This article highlights some of the monitoring challenges and burdens related to informed consent for a clinical trial and explains how electronic informed consent (eConsent) can positively impact monitoring practices and documentation. The article demonstrates how oversight of data integrity and human subject protection may be improved with an eConsent solution and provides some guidance on considerations when implementing eConsent in a clinical trial to enhance the monitoring process, including saving time, reducing costs and boosting efficiencies.

  10. eSource Is Here: What To Do Today To Ensure Success Tomorrow

    What can organizations – both in research and in technology – do to help define that future?