In this article, we break down the Final Rule into its key components and explain what those parts mean for clinical trial directors.
Most medical databases sacrifice accessibility for compliance and security. Blockchains could solve the accessibility problem — and strengthen security, too.
In this piece, we will dive into the ways artificial intelligence and automation can change research for the better — and how it has already impacted many studies.
So far, globalization has helped make clinical trials more transparent. That’s a good thing. Here’s how our industry can maintain that course promoting even greater clinical trial transparency.
Trial management has become increasingly complex, and true innovation in technology is necessary to handle those increasing complexities.
Clinical trial directors are coming around to the benefits that mobile technology provides: better patient compliance, patient engagement and data capture.
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We Need a Next-Generation RBM Approach Today Since comprehensive RBM is now a recommended approach, it is time to reevaluate the industry standard and to expect more from RBM solutions. E-consent – Is it Worth the Convenience? Does eIC present the risk of doubling your work load? Yes, at least with your initial forays into […]