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Good Technology Practices (GTP)

Webinar Series/Good Technology Practices (GTP)

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In today’s environment of increased regulatory compliance, decreasing economics, and growing competition, investigative sites are faced with greater and more complex site management objectives. Often sites are being asked to assume more and more tasks without adequate remuneration.Continue reading…

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In this webinar you will learn the practical applications of the blockchain distributed ledger technology and how it is playing a part in delivering real-time access to educational and protocol standards of care. In addition, you will learn how blockchain technology will affect not only the healthcare and clinical research industry as a whole, but how it will affect all healthcare professionals including investigators, nurses, raters, study coordinators, project managers, patients and more.Continue reading…

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The transition from paper to paperless is an ongoing initiative and a significant challenge within our industry. With challenges that include FDA requirement for Part-11 compliance, sponsor’s reluctance to give control to sites for paperless systems, process development, and communication between sites and other players in the study execution process, there has been a slow uptake of paperless alternatives and processes.Continue reading…

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While still highly fragmented, the consolidation that continues to impact the CRO industry has started to flow down to the clinical trials site sector. Barry Lake, CEO of Devana Solutions®, will provide insights into timing and performance metrics data that sites can leverage to position themselves as sector leaders and enhance valuation for a successful exit sale.Continue reading…

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Learn how to harness the power of social media to cost-effectively fulfill your enrollment goals, now and in the future.Continue reading…

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The study start-up process is multi-faceted, cross-functional, and increasingly global, requiring numerous simultaneous activities across growing internal and external teams. A notorious bottleneck in starting trials, one of the causes of delays is inefficient collaboration between sponsors/CROs and key partners – namely investigative sites. Transforming study start-up requires a paradigm shift from a customer-vendor model towards strategic partnerships – wherein sites are no longer treated as commodities – so that all parties work together seamlessly from the beginning toward meeting mutual goals.Continue reading…