Parexel International, a global biopharmaceutical services provider based in Boston, Mass., has launched the Parexel MyTrials platform, a fully-integrated eClinical solution that simplifies the clinical trial process.
Developed by Parexel's technology subsidiary Perceptive Informatics, Parexel MyTrials is an eClinical platform designed by clinical research experts to provide comprehensive support for the drug development process. While current technology promises to accelerate the design and execution of clinical trials, the increased adoption of individual applications creates new integration challenges and workflow inefficiencies. Parexel MyTrials addresses these inefficiencies by providing a unified framework built to optimize the benefits of clinical trial technology.
Parexel MyTrials provides users with access to multiple technologies, trials and programs from a single place with a single set of credentials for more efficient workflows and task continuity. Users can move seamlessly between applications and handle single or multiple studies on a strong and reliable Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) infrastructure and new application integration.
“Users will have a single place to access a comprehensive suite of applications, tools, metrics and reports through full data integration and application convergence,” explained Dr. Mark A. Goldberg, COO, Parexel. “They can expect to realize greater efficiency and conduct more effective trials by harnessing the power of this innovative platform technology and leveraging our integrated product suite, regardless the size, scope or the numbers of trials."
The platform also provides a full and consistent view of the health and progress of trials and programs and enables effective decision making using comprehensive industry-standard metrics consolidated from multiple applications. Parexel MyTrials also facilitates collaboration across the entire study community through a single and secure repository for all of the necessary study information, documentation and training resources, as well as sponsor level libraries, study calendar, training records and discussion forums.
"In recent years there has been an increase in the number of applications for managing the clinical trials process, but these independent systems are not necessarily compatible with each other, for example, forcing users to enter the same data multiple times in different applications,” said Goldberg. “This disrupts optimal workflow and processes, resulting in an unintended loss of productivity. Sponsors and investigator site users are looking for a unified solution to plan, design and conduct their clinical trial programs.”
Parexel MyTrials offers all types of trials and programs, including DataLabs EDC, DataLabs Designer, ClinPhone RTSM, Impact CTMS, ePRO, Medical Imaging, eClinical Metrics reporting, Site-Sponsor collaboration and more.