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Classifying clinical trial portals

Monday, June 15, 2015

A popular driver of clinical trial portal adoption is the desire to improve investigative site staff satisfaction by providing integrated solutions that require fewer credentials, less double data entry and fewer manual paper processes. Other objectives include decreasing study timelines (especially site selection and activation), cutting study costs, improving study team oversight and moving to a paperless environment.

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Clinical trials not yet paperless

Monday, November 17, 2014

The Pulse on Patient Recruitment by Ashley Tointon

Typically, when a major shift occurs in how things are managed, there is an adjustment period during which users embrace the new change but are reluctant to let go of some long-standing parts of the old way. 

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The Benefits of Clinical Trial Portals

Monday, September 22, 2014

The Pulse on Patient Recruitment by Ashley Tointon

With the technology available today, operational efficiency can be leveraged to speed up the labor intensive clinical trial process.

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Balancing conducting patient recruitment with privacy

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The Pulse on Patient Recruitment by Ashley Tointon

It takes an average of 12 years for a medicine to make it to market and, regardless of the molecule’s Fast Track or Breakthrough Therapy status, the medicine must make it through the rigors of clinical trials before it can be marketed and sold.

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