TRENDS AND MARKET OUTLOOK REPORTS
Designing for Recruitment and Retention in Rare Disease Studies
This report takes a deep dive into two areas impacting the success of these studies: recruitment and retention. Given the importance of each rare disease patient, these activities are time-intensive and resource-heavy.
Pharmacovigilance Market Dynamics and Service Provider Benchmarking (2nd edition)
ISR surveyed 100 decision-makers in the pharmacovigilance space to get insight on their experience regarding how their companies’ pharmacovigilance activities are split between processes, how much of their work is outsourced, and both in-house and outsourced personnel locations.
Central IRB Market Dynamics and Benchmarking
For this report, ISR surveyed 111 respondents regarding their insights on topics such as Central IRB selection, outsourcing trends, use, and perceptions of Central IRBs. Furthermore, recent users of 18 Central IRBs rated how well performance compared against their expectations on 21 attributes across four categories (Organization Factors, Capabilities, Submission and Review, and Study Management).
Site Start Up: Best Practices For Success
This report includes verbatim insights into the practices that create clinical site start up efficiency, the causes of inefficiency, and new practices being undertaken in an effort to improve efficiency. To get multiple perspectives on the site start up process, ISR surveyed people with site start up responsibilities at sponsors and CROs as well as people working at clinical sites, such as clinical investigators and study coordinators.
Phase I Study Trends and Market Outlook (2018-2022)
A Study Trends and Market Outlook report aims at providing our readers with a high-level view of the clinical development space. The data for this market research report comes from over 140 Phase I decision-makers who were surveyed to share their insights into where the Phase I market is now and where it’s expected to head over the next four years.
Phase II/III Study Trends and Market Outlook (2018-2022)
This market research report will provide readers with a high-level view of the clinical development space. 139 Phase II/III decision-makers were surveyed to share their insights into where the Phase II/III market is now and where it’s expected to head over the next four years.
Late Phase Study Trends and Market Outlook (2018-2022)
The goal of this market research report is to provide readers with a high-level view of the clinical development space. 115 Late Phase decision-makers were surveyed to share their insights into where the Late Phase market is now and where it’s expected to head over the next four years.
CRO Market Size Projections: 2019-2024
This report gives quantitative insight into the perpetual question: “What is the size of the CRO market?” The data provide a thorough, rational perspective for clinical development services segmented by phase, geography, and service line.
CRA Salary Analysis and Work Environment
Ask any HR manager working at a CRO or sponsor organization and they will tell you there is a war for talent when it comes to hiring and retaining high-quality CRAs. ISR decided to take a deep look at not only CRA salaries, but also signing bonuses, retention bonuses, raises, and turnover with the aim of benchmarking some industry trends. We collected data from 227 CRAs from various organizations and...
Clinical Development Outsourcing Models (3rd Edition)
This market research report takes a look at user experiences with seven different clinical development outsourcing models.
Central Lab Market Dynamics and Outsourcing Performance (2019-2022)
This report will help both study sponsors and providers answer a number of questions relevant to selecting and evaluating central lab service providers. For the purpose of this report, “central lab” is defined as a vendor that supplies specimen collection kits, logistics services, safety alerts, and a wide variety of laboratory testing services as well as providing lab reports to investigators.
Clinical Manufacturing Market Dynamics and Service Provider Benchmarking
This report provides an overview of the current market dynamics in the clinical manufacturing space as well as an outlook of what our survey respondents predict the marketplace will look like in 2022.
CRO QUALITY BENCHMARKING
CRO Quality Benchmarking – Phase I Service Providers (12th Edition)
The goal of this market research report is to provide detailed information to aid in making informed decisions when outsourcing Phase I work. You can purchase a single-user license for individual use, a site-wide license giving access to the report for all employees within a single site/office location, or an enterprise-wide license giving access...
CRO Quality Benchmarking – Phase II/III Service Providers: A Look at Small and Emerging Biopharma (2020)
This research will help small and emerging biopharma companies make more informed CRO selection decisions. These findings will also help CROs optimize operational and marketing strategies to better accommodate this segment.
CRO Quality Benchmarking – Phase IV Service Providers (12th Edition)
The goal of this market research report is to provide detailed information to aid in making informed decisions when outsourcing Phase IV work. You can purchase a single-user license for individual use, a site-wide license giving access to the report for all employees within a single site/office location, or an enterprise-wide license giving access...
Bioanalytical Labs Market Dynamics and Service Provider Performance
Sponsors can use this report to evaluate their lab selection process. Bioanalytical labs can use it to learn how their company performs against competitors. Topics covered include lab selection and perceptions, lab performance, and lab service quality profiles.
eTMF Market and Service Provider Dynamics (2nd edition)
Study sponsors and CROs can use this report for insight into user experience/satisfaction with leading eTMF software providers to inform their vendor selection process, and eTMF providers can use it to better understand their own strengths and weaknesses - and those of their competitors.
mHealth In Clinical Trials: Current Status/Future Projections
For this study, Industry Standard Research (ISR) collected both qualitative and quantitative data. Qualitative telephone interviews were used to gain insight into mHealth expert viewpoints, while a quantitative, internet-based survey was used to collect hard data on familiarity with mHealth, anticipated implementation, and usage rates in recent or soon-to-be conducted clinical trials.
eCOA/ePRO Market Dynamics And Service Provider Performance (3rd Edition)
This market research report examines the industry perception of the eCOA/ePRO market based on the responses of 117 industry professionals experienced with these systems. ISR has asked respondents how their respective companies handle the decisions associated with outsourcing these systems as well as how they would...
IRT Market Dynamics and Service Provider Benchmarking (3rd edition)
This market research report covers the state of the IRT and its apparent transition from standalone point products to more fully integrated systems that use and feed data into other eClinical systems such as EDC systems, CTMS, and eCOA systems, in addition to managing randomization and drug supply functions.
EDC Market Dynamics and Service Provider Performance (3rd Edition)
This market research report examines the industry perception of the EDC market based on the responses of 148 industry professionals experienced with these systems. ISR has asked respondents how their respective companies handle the decisions associated with outsourcing these systems as well as how they would prefer the outsourcing be...
CTMS Market Dynamics and Service Provider Benchmarking (2nd Edition)
For this report, ISR surveyed 110 qualified CTMS decision-makers regarding their insights on topics such as CTMS selection drivers, outsourcing trends, use, and perceptions of providers. Respondents also shared general improvements they would like to see in the next generation of CTMS software and conveyed provider-specific...
Risk-Based Monitoring: Improving the Clinical Trial Site Experience
Technology forges a world where human connection is no longer inhibited by distance. Barriers are broken and replaced with virtual bridges that create unprecedented potential for an interconnected present and future. And no doubt the areas most affected by this technological nexus are ones dominated by human synergy. An area at...
DEPARTMENT MODELS AND STRUCTURES
Safety and Pharmacovigilance: Department Models and Structures
ISR conducted 11 in-depth interviews with tenured post-marketing safety and pharmacovigilance professionals from leading biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies in North America and Europe.
Managed Markets: Department Models and Structures
For this report, ISR conducted interviews with a cross-section of executive, director, and managerial level MM professionals from large, mid-size, and small pharmaceutical and biotech companies to gain a better understanding of managed markets departments, how they work, and the challenges they face.
Benchmarking The Pharma Industry’s Medical Science Liaison (MSL) Function
This market research report has been designed to be used as a benchmarking tool for companies to compare their Medical Science Liaison functions to those of other pharmaceutical and biotech organizations. You can purchase a single-user license for individual use, a site-wide license giving access to the report for all employees within...
Clinical Market Research Reports
Industry Standard Research – ISR Reports – is a full-service clinical market research company operating exclusively in the pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical services industry and a sister company of Clinical Leader. Their syndicated and custom market research capabilities enable their customers to make smarter, more informed business decisions. You’ll find links to their clinical trial market syndicated research reports below.
ISR's clinical market research reports are produced using direct feedback from decision-makers, which enables ISR to provide data on topics that, until now, were only attainable through custom research. With rigorous screening criteria and methodologies that include surveys, in-depth phone interviews, and focus groups, ISR gathers actionable information that is immediately applicable to their customers. Each report is available for to purchase online and you may also download free preview files. If you have any questions, please feel free to email info@ISRreports.com.
Patient Recruitment Challenges In Rare Disease Studies
In Q2, 2020, ISR asked 125 respondents involved in patient recruitment and retention activities for rare disease studies about challenges they face while recruiting patients. The data below show the most challenging issue reported by respondents in finding patients for their recent rare disease studies was Multiple sites with access to only a few patients (42%). Followed by Multiple entities pursuing same small pool of patients (19%) and Rigid inclusion/exclusion criteria leading to high screenout rate (15%).
Preferred Provider Use For IRT Services
In Q2, 2020, ISR asked 109 outsourcers of IRT services about their company’s use of preferred providers. Among respondents that are knowledgeable about their company’s preferred provider use, 44% currently have preferred provider agreements in place for IRT services. Among respondents with preferred providers for IRT services, their companies have an average of 2.7 preferred providers. On average, respondents reported that preferred providers complete 86% of all IRT work.
Central IRB Outsourcing Practices By Company Size
In Q3, 2019, ISR asked outsourcers of Central IRB services about how uniform the use of Central IRBs is within their organization. In terms of company size, respondents from small companies report that their company uses the same Central IRB on All or most of the studies at a higher rate than those from large companies (45% vs 38%). Mid-size companies were similar to large companies, with 37% of respondents reporting their company used the same Central IRB for all studies.
Most Important Selection Criteria For Central IRB Services
In Q3, 2019, ISR asked 111 respondents responsible for the selection of Central IRB services about the most important attributes when choosing a Central IRB. Not surprisingly, communication and timeliness are highly valued. Clearly communicates expectations for submissions, Defines time-frames for review and reporting, Is fully AAHRPP accredited, Provides excellent customer service, and Offers fast turnaround time are the most important attributes with more than half of respondents considering them moderately or very important when selecting a Central IRB.
Provider Selection In Small And Emerging Pharma Companies
As anyone who has ever attempted to sell clinical development services to pharma organizations can tell you, the task is no mean feat. It is difficult to determine who makes the decisions and who the influencers are. The presence of preferred provider agreements makes it tricky for a new provider to get its proverbial foot in the door. And, of course, every company has a different process for outsourcing clinical development work.
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