Important Clinical Research Insights
While electronic document management is becoming more mainstream, it’s still considered uncharted territory for some research sites. The transition is often approached with trepidation, fear, and questions. Complion has found sponsor pushback to be a common concern. To that end, Complion offers a few tips to ease the apprehension.
Because research study sponsors are continually seeking efficiencies, and all stakeholders in studies have an interest in minimizing the time required of, and the potential risk to, volunteers who participate in studies, there will be a decrease in the number of single drug studies in the future. That is the observation of John Neal, CEO of PCRS Network. In the final post of this four-part series, we explore the evolution of clinical research and the opportunity for collaboration among multiple sponsors based on Neal’s insights.
Inefficient and ineffective. That’s how John Neal, CEO of PCRS Network, sums up his frank assessment of the current state of the clinical research site selection process. In the third post of this four-part series, we explore the evolution of clinical research and its impact on the site selection process based on insights presented by Neal.
We live in an age when we are surrounded by technologies that are improving the speed and efficiency with which we can gather information, and the depth and breadth of that information. In this four-part series, we explore the evolution of clinical research based on insights presented by John Neal, CEO of PCRS Network. In this second post, Neal takes a look at the area of data collection.
No human endeavor is immune to change, and that is certainly true for clinical research. In this four-part series, we explore the variety of factors driving the evolution of clinical research based on insights presented by John Neal, CEO of PCRS Network.
The characteristic increases in efficiency as a result of transitioning to a streamlined paperless operation are of little value if the transformed organization fails to be 21 CFR Part 11 compliant. It’s critical every step to paperless transformation is guided by professionals who are skilled in the requirements for compliance.
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