PMG Research

Great Gift moves to Innovation Quarter

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Jennifer Byrne is the founder of Greater Gift, a nonprofit organization that facilitates the donation of vaccines in honor of clinical research participants. Seeing students walk by every day on the way to class, she envisions the impact that these future doctors, physician assistants and certified nurses can have on their patients—not only through patient care, but also through promoting clinical research.

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Preparing sites for acquisition

Saturday, July 1, 2017

The unprecedented level of M&A activity in the clinical research site sector during the past 24 months has spurred many investigative site owners to consider selling their businesses.

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Envisioning the site of the future

Monday, May 1, 2017

The drug development world has been notoriously slow to adopt change, but industry leaders and visionaries expect the clinical research enterprise to change dramatically.
Integration of healthcare data, the power of data and analytics, a rapid move toward more targeted therapies and customized treatments, along with the desire for a lower cost R&D model are among the forces driving transformation in the way the research environment will function in the future.

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Bridging the gap: Incorporating research into care

Monday, April 10, 2017

A few years ago, the idea that primary care physicians might offer clinical trials as a routine part of care seemed far-fetched. But today, a growing body of evidence supports the notion that integrating research into clinical care can improve efficiencies, bolster patient engagement and reduce cost.

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Millennials accelerate seismic shift in clinical operations

Saturday, April 1, 2017

As the largest age demographic in the U.S., Millennials are dramatically reshaping the clinical research industry. Millennials have high expectations about technology, convenience and data transparency—traits that are catalyzing a trend toward decentralization and prompting industry leaders to carve out new roles in clinical trial management.

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Reassessing site engagement activities

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Drug development sponsors and CROs increasingly recognize the importance of investigative sites having a stronger, more respected voice in the clinical research community and have begun adopting initiatives designed to incorporate site viewpoints into improving clinical development processes.

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Personalized medicine impacting study conduct

Sunday, January 1, 2017

As the analysis of genetic data is fast becoming a significant part of clinical research programs, both to enroll study participants and understand how drugs work, investigative sites are increasingly asked to collect genetic samples and conduct genetic screenings for clinical trials.

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