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3 Tips To Get The Best Bang For Your Mock Inspection Buck
3 Tips To Get The Best Bang For Your Mock Inspection Buck

Many sponsors and CROs conduct mock inspections to determine organizational inspection and audit readiness. Investing in a regulatory mock inspection demonstrates a serious commitment to patient safety, data integrity, and regulatory compliance. It is also a proactive strategy to safeguard financial health, particularly for startups and companies with sparse pipelines.

  • Do Your Clinical Trials Suffer From Adoptaphobia Syndrome?
    Do Your Clinical Trials Suffer From Adoptaphobia Syndrome?

    Despite the focus on innovation at conferences, TED talks, and other forums in the last few years, as an industry we are still very slow to innovate and even slower to adopt new technologies, best practices, and methods.  This intense fear of adoption in our industry is what I affectionately call “adoptaphobia.” Adoptaphobia refers to our industry’s fear of and reluctance to adopting new initiatives, best practices, and technologies to create efficiencies and reduce redundancies.  We love to talk about issues and deliberate and discuss new methods, but we are extremely slow to commit and adopt the recommendations and methods that we agree would make everyone’s lives easier and streamline the process.

  • What Improv Comedy Can Teach Us About Communication In Clinical Trials
    What Improv Comedy Can Teach Us About Communication In Clinical Trials

    Over the holiday season, I took the time to reflect on the whirlwind and craziness of the past year. I don’t know about you, but I was ready for some comic relief, so I indulged in one of my favorite pastimes -- attending an improv comedy show. It’s been 10 years since the original Whose Line Is It Anyway ended its successful run as a TV show (much to my chagrin), but Saturday Night Live is alive and well after 40 years.

  • Is There A Solution To The CRA Shortage Problem?
    Is There A Solution To The CRA Shortage Problem?

    If you are involved with clinical trials, you are aware of the shortage of qualified CRAs. Numerous reports have noted the continuous increase in turnover and salaries for these clinical professionals. We know the problem exists, but is there anything we can do about it?

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WHITE PAPERS& CASE STUDIES

  • Six Practices Of High Performing Clinical Research Sites

    Six things that high-performing clinical research sites do that make sponsors return to them again and again.

  • Monitoring Trip Checklist Datasheet

    Recording, managing, reviewing and approving required Trip Checklists and Monitoring Action Items (MAIs) can be challenging. The Monitoring Trip Checklists tool allows monitors and clinical managers to easily do all of this in a centralized location within iMedNet.

  • Payment Manager Datasheet

    Manually reviewing and approving site payments is time consuming, costly and prone to errors. The iMedNet Payment Manager quickly automates this process so study administrators can easily apply site specific study budgets, view and approve eligible payments, and access a complete transaction history.

  • Healthcare Company Expects Online Collaboration To Save Millions Of Euros

    Sanofi is a multinational pharmaceutical company engaged in the research and development, manufacturing, and marketing of prescription drugs, vaccines, and over-the-counter healthcare products.

  • Recruiting Patients With Impaired Renal Function Case Study

    According to FDA Draft Guidance published in March 2010, a pharmacokinetic (PK) study should be conducted in patients with impaired renal function when the drug is likely to be used in such patients and when renal impairment is likely to mechanistically alter the PK of the drug and/or its active metabolites.

  • Phase II Alzheimer's Case Study

    A double-blind, Phase II, placebo-controlled clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of a novel compound in subjects with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease.

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iMedNet is MedNet Solutions’ latest eClinical technology platform. It provides non-technical clinical research personnel with a fast, intuitive and cost-effective solution for building and managing their own clinical studies.

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Easily streamline your clinical trial site payments with iMedNet's New Payment Manager.

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Efficiently and effectively manage your trip checklists to help ensure compliance during any clinical trial with iMedNet.

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Clinical operations are a critical component in all studies. SynteractHCR’s highly skilled staff is well-versed in clinical trial operations including implementing, monitoring and managing the clinical components of a study. From start-up to close-out, experienced clinical managers and clinical research associates (CRAs) oversee each study’s clinical processes to ensure proper planning, conduct, patient safety, and data quality, while fostering good communication between study sites and sponsor.

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