Trial leaders recognize traditional site initiation processes often lead to excessive delays but have struggled to adapt and improve.
They know that delays in study startup mean patients must wait even longer to access critical treatments. They also know that delays in activating sites can add between $600,000 to $8 million
Analyses of 42,656 clinician learners across 69 CNS-related educational activities reveals clinicians may be unprepared to effectively conduct clinical trials
Charlottesville, VA (PRWeb) November 16, 2022
ArcheMedX, the leading provider of clinician readiness solutions for the life sciences and healthcare industries, today announced the Company’s expanded participation at the CNS Summit taking
2021 was a historic year in the battle to defeat cancer.
More novel cancer treatments became available than ever before with the number of Oncology specific clinical trials also reaching an all-time high, up 56% from 2016 and mostly focused on rare cancer indications.
With global spending on Oncology expected to exceed $300
It should come as little surprise that the rise in decentralized trials (DCTs) and increase in study complexities have magnified performance demands across clinical trial teams.
A recent survey by Ernst & Young found 50% of clinical trials will be hybrid or decentralized by 2024. This is welcome news for sponsors
Atul Mahableshwarkar, M.D., DFAPA, joins Kelly Ritch, EVP of Product and Clinical Research Solutions at ArcheMedX, to discuss clinical trial methodology. A self-described “trial nerd,” Atul illuminates the make-or-break role methodology plays in a trial’s success and shares his advice and best practices for making positive outcomes possible.
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The area of clinical research known as CNS (central nervous system conditions) is commonly cited for its complexity and the subjective nature of many assessment tools. CNS clinicians therefore must commit to tackling unique challenges affecting their patients and the research they conduct.
It should be no surprise that the life
Jennifer Brandl joins Kelly Ritch, EVP of Product and Clinical Research Solutions at ArcheMedX, to discuss the feasibility and pros and cons of virtual site initiation visits. A clinical operations expert with a passion for data science, Jennifer shares her experience transitioning from pre-clinical to clinical research and her confidence
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Clinical trials are more complex than ever.
And 85% of them are delayed.
More screening criteria, more procedures, new vendor systems and tools, and more data. So who bears the burden of all this progress? Sites.
Increased site burden means degraded performance, more delays, and more problems for you. But