To execute precision medicine clinical trials, sponsors have adopted a range of new approaches, especially in early-stage studies. Many of these models allow sponsors to recruit more patients and bring drugs to market faster— goals drug developers in all therapeutic areas work toward.
As clinical trials become more complex and costly, the need for skilled project managers to oversee them is more important than ever. Project management methodologies drive success for enterprise organizations in all sectors. These same principles can help pharmaceutical and biotech companies run more efficient, successful clinical trials.
A clinical trial's operational efficiency depends on a solid oversight and response mechanism. Without vigilant monitoring, patient safety, data integrity, and the overall health of your trial come into jeopardy.
It's rare for any large project that involves hundreds of individuals and multiple locations to proceed without some sort of hiccup. Budgets get stretched, schedules run behind, key [...]
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Shortening the pharmaceutical development lifecycle and reducing costs with IBM Clinical Development®
Shortening the pharmaceutical development lifecycle and reducing costs with IBM Clinical Development® Overview: Costs, overheard and time spent are factors Biorasi strives to reduce for its partners in [...]
3 Measures to Overcome Operational Failures Every year, tens of thousands of clinical trials are initiated. Every year, thousands of those trials falter, and, if corrective action isn’t [...]
Tactful Strategies Steer a Failing Trial to Safety Overcoming More Than Just Language Barriers The Challenge: Global studies are notoriously complicated with language barriers, time zone differences, and [...]
A Patient-Centric Approach Rescues Complex TBI Study Improving Communication to Boost Patient Retention The Challenge:Site selection is one of the most crucial parts of planning a study. Ensuring [...]
Every clinical trial comes with its own unique challenges. Sometimes the biggest challenge faced by a trial is simply not enrolling enough participants. Well-documented reasons for challenges with [...]
A common issue regarding “faltering” studies – studies that are not satisfying their time, cost, and quality parameters – is poor recruitment. Recruitment issues can delay deadlines and [...]