June 2017 – The CenterWatch Monthly : PDF
Electronic Health Records gain ground in clinical research
A decade ago, Isaac Kohane, M.D., Ph.D., Marion V. Nelson Professor & Chair, Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School, decided to tackle a major problem: each Harvard-affiliated hospital operated its own unique, siloed system of electronic storage and data management.
Assessing the strategic impact of supply chain management
The globalization of clinical trials and more complex protocols, which include adaptive designs and those for targeted therapies, have driven the need for new practices and strategies to reduce waste and inefficiencies in the clinical supply logistics area. Managing global clinical trial supply logistics has become more difficult and unpredictable as clinical trials are conducted at larger numbers of investigative sites and countries worldwide.
Also in this issue:
- Patient differences recruiting rheumatoid arthritis globally
- Pharmacovigilance in the Russian Federation
- Regulatory Update
- Month in Review
- FDA Actions
- Study Lead Opportunities
- New Drugs in the Pipeline