INSIGHTS ON CLINICAL TRIAL DESIGN
Clinical Trials & Travel Tribulations: Improving Access And Outcomes For Patients And Caregivers, Sites And Sponsors
In this paper, we dive into the logistical and financial challenges which increasingly impact all clinical trial stakeholders - from patients and sites, to sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs). Yet with proper planning and the right partners on board, travel arrangements and reimbursement programs can make the trial and patient experience more comfortable and successful for everyone.
Phase III Rare Disease Rescue
A small biotech with limited internal capacity outsourced a phase III clinical program in patients with Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections. After nearly 16 months, patient enrollment was still a major challenge, the study was over budget and CRO staff turnover on the project was extremely high. Catalyst provided a blinded and unblinded monitoring team that reported into the Sponsor’s CTM using Catalyst’s SOPs allowing the Sponsor to retain control of their program.
DIA Now Product Demonstration
A video overview of the valuable content that can be accessed as a DIA NOW user.
Finding New Solutions To A Current Unsustainable Model Of Clinical Trial Contracts & Budgets
In a clinical trial, so much depends on contract execution and budget development; when they are not appropriately managed, progress across other study start up areas comes to a halt. Valuable time is waster, which costs dearly. By implementing three successful approaches to a new way of conducting contracting and budgeting, sponsors and CROs can see a 37% faster site contract execution timeline.
How A Top CRO Used ClinCard To Create A Personalized Patient Experience For A Non-interventional Psoriasis Study
The CRO realized that they needed to introduce new ways to keep participants engaged and interested if they were going to successfully support this trial. The CRO identified ClinCard as the ideal software that could instantly get study participants their stipends, without adding a burden on the site staff.
Closed Loop Technology And Integrated Expertise Mitigates Risk
Discover how Almac helped one pharmaceutical company streamline processes and remove risk from their multiple clinical trial applications while maintaining data integrity with One Unified Clinical Trial Supply Solution.
How To Reduce Clinical Supply Expense Using An IRT System
Mismanaging clinical supplies can threaten study outcomes, bring studies to a halt, and even jeopardize a clinical research program. This article outlines a solid clinical supply management program, defines interactive response technology (IRT) and its role in clinical supply management, and explains how implementing it can reduce risks and costs.
3 Strategies For Integrating Flexibility Into Clinical Supply Chain Planning
Sometimes, clinical trials do not succeed because of incomplete planning and a lack of contingencies for when circumstances change. So, how do you plan for unanticipated obstacles that may affect the clinical supply chain and, ultimately, the outcome of your trial?
How To Accelerate Trial Enrollment: What Works And What Doesn’t
As you evaluate clinical trial enrollment acceleration strategies, be sure to understand the root causes of slow enrollment and the reasons why traditional acceleration programs do not work.
CLINICAL TRIAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS
Supply Chain Management for Global Clinical Trials
Expertise in the blinding, packaging and global distribution of investigational products.
In order to demonstrate a deeper commitment to clinical trial transparency than the law requires, some sponsors are choosing to provide additional information about their portfolio of clinical trials on a dedicated website. TrialScope Engage can help sponsors manage clinical trial content that is being prepared for disclosure on their own sites.
Patient Access & Engagement Services Brochure
In patient support programs, success—and your ROI—rests on making that vital connection between technology and the human touch.
Comprehensive Enterprise Trial Management And Monitoring In The Cloud
Oracle Health Sciences Trial Management and Monitoring Cloud Service, comprised of Oracle’s Siebel Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) enables effective management of critical clinical trial activities and improved relationships with investigators, from early to late-stage clinical trials. With real-time visibility into clinical trial progress and significant utilization rates of clinic and staff resources, this solution can help to lower costs, while increasing study speed and data quality. These services are part of the foundation for Oracle Health Sciences’ integrated, holistic approach to risk-based monitoring.
The only solution that offers both ride and reimbursement automation within one portal.