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join leading sponsors, CROs and sites who start studies smarter

goBalto speeds clinical trials through site selection, feasibility, activation and into conduct — getting needed therapies to patients sooner, like our namesake, Balto 

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industry-proven experience

over
30%
reductions in cycle times. driving efficiencies, entry to market and therapy availability
over
20,000
sites activated 60+ country-specific “smart” workflows
over
75%
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adoption by global top pharmas & CROs
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Operational Performance

Automate the manual, cumbersome and error prone processes and tools, not specifically built for study startup, for site selection, feasibility and activation in clinical trials.

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goBalto Activate offers enhanced visibility into the traditionally cumbersome process of activating sites for clinical trials. The system creates efficiencies through streamlined communication among sites, sponsors and CROs. This ultimately drives shorter timelines and cost savings for our customers.

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Oversight

Simplified with a single on-demand view, delivering instant status updates on study progress, irrespective of how many concurrent studies or vendors you work with.

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Without oversight, a complicated protocol may not be interpreted correctly by the CROs, ineligible subjects may be recruited, and/or unqualified investigators may be employed.

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Risk Identification & Mitigation

Reduce your clinical trial risk by deploying purpose-built study startup technologies that aid in risk management.

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72% of studies run more than one month behind schedule, with sponsors standing to lose between $600,000 - $8 million for each day that the trial delays a product’s development and launch.

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Business Intelligence

Discover bottlenecks and areas for process improvements with custom analytics and real-time metrics into on-going operations. Find out where to focus your efforts.

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With our process improvement initiatives supported by goBalto’s Activate and Analyze solutions, we are able to deliver enhanced study start-up results, with median cycle time reduced by up to 25%.

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Organizational Compliance

Automate activities & document workflows with country-specific "smart" workflows that deliver global regulatory and SOP compliance.

The benefits of SOPs are clear, they provide a level of formal accountability for team members and they prevent noncompliance on a systemic level. But … they can’t help you if you don't use them.

awards

goBalto Awarded Top 20
goBalto Named Clinical and Research Excellence Award Finalist
goBalto Named Cloud Trailblazer
goBalto Select Named Most Innovative Product of 2015
Gartner Names goBalto a 2015 Cool Vendor
goBalto Selected as a 2014 Red Herring Top 100 Global Company
goBalto Wins 2014 Interaction Award
Rock Health Honors Jae Chung as Top 50 Digital Health Entrepreneur
Jae Chung Named Top 10 Biotech Techie 2013
Jae Chung Receives Partnerships in Clinical Trials Award 2012
goBalto Wins Bio-IT World 2010 Best Practices Award

press

It’s Site Selection, Not a Toss of the Dice
The Cloud: Speeding Drug Delivery
goBalto Optimizing Clinical Studies
Life Saver
Utilization of the Crowd for Medical Research
Rethinking Patient Centricity
Better Study Startup Means Less Study Rescue
The Need For Speed In Clinical Study Startup
Expediting Study Startup Across the Globe
Study Startup: New Battleground in CRO Differentiation Strategy
Speeding Study Startup Through Better Collaboration and Data Flow
Q&A: Mush, you Huskies!
Breakthroughs in Clinical Trials Utilizing the Power of the Cloud
BI the Way
How Much Transparency is Too Much?
Three Questions
goBalto goes for Speed by Reducing Manual Processes in Study Startups
Bringing Transparency and Collaboration to CRO Oversight
Accelerating Clinical Trials