Data management in a cloud-based world
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Data management in a cloud-based world

Over the years, technology has made its way into different aspects of clinical trials bringing in significant progress in the field. There is no denying that in a clinical trial, the role of data is pivotal, and we know how the electronic data capture system (EDC) has revolutionized data collection.

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Prioritizing Communication Through an Integrated CTMS
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Prioritizing Communication Through an Integrated CTMS

Managing clinical trials in today’s landscape can be extremely challenging. Several roadblocks can come in the way of successful product development, starting from lack of transparency and visibility into trial costs to hindrance due to organizational and geographical boundaries, non-standardized processes to disparate systems, and so on.

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Virtual Trials and Technology Enablement

A virtual clinical trial, also known as a decentralized clinical trial, is comparatively a new method of conducting clinical trials virtually. In a true sense, a virtual clinical trial has no physical interaction during the entire process. Technology plays a major role in a virtual clinical trial. Different patient-facing technologies like wearables, electronic monitoring apps, online social engagement

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Transforming Your Informed Consent Process
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Transforming Your Informed Consent Process

If you’ve been around the clinical research industry, the concept of obtaining electronic consent is probably familiar to you. Considering the current pandemic we are in

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Virtual Trials – Benefits and Challenges

Virtual trials are otherwise called Siteless trials done partly or on the whole virtually. The mobile device or wearable sensors such as a phone, watch, or even glasses can be used to collect the medical data in the clinical research study. Patients are treated via Telemedicine and Medical devices. Healthcare providers can evaluate, diagnose

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