There is intense pressure to speed clinical trials and restrain costs,
but inefficiencies tied to complicated protocols, globalization,
and paper-based methods have stalled these efforts.
Using a workflow-driven process automation
tool helps teams visualize and analyze processes.
Efficient, repetitive processes, supported by intuitive
data systems and specialized teams concentrates
resources and the right talent where it's most effective.
Replace the use of email, Excel and e-rooms to track document
workflows and activities associated with activating sites for
studies with real-time status, compliant workflows.
When a clinical trial does not unfold as planned, it may be heading
for rescue. The key to avoiding study rescue is proper identification
of red flags signaling the study may be veering off course.
Sponsors often have multiple studies running concurrently with
multiple CROs, complicating oversight. Successfully executed trials
require open and transparent communications, fostering trust.
Just because a company has invested significant time and
resources in creating SOPs does not mean they are always
being followed. They may even be avoided.