There’s a new year underway. What can we do in 2020 to advance the success of clinical trials for sponsors, CROs, and the patients who ultimately benefit? At ArcheMedX, we firmly believe that a critical path to improving clinical trial readiness is improving your approach to training.
What’s wrong with the
Wecome to another issue of our interview series Conversations in Clinical Trial Readiness, by ArcheMedX.
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We recently talked with Atlantic Research Group (ARG) executives Shay Brill, VP at ARG, and Erin Farris, Senior Director Project Management, about clinical trial operations, how they are changing, and how they are likely to change. We wanted to share this excerpt from
This is the first issue of our new interview series Conversations in Clinical Trial Readiness, by ArcheMedX.
Check back regularly for more.
We recently talked with Adam Kinsey, Executive Director, Clinical Sciences and Study Management—Oncology at Merck, about staffing clinical trial operations. We wanted to share this excerpt from the conversation:
When sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs) make decisions about which sites to include in a clinical trial, they too often rely on outdated historical data and show little confidence in the additional data the sites provide to them. For example, when completing the traditional site feasibility assessment sites may
The principal investigator (PI) meeting is a well-established (and expensive) tradition in the pharmaceutical industry. And, in our era of global programs, you might need to host multiple PI meetings: one for the Americas, one in Europe, one in Asia. Yet, no matter how many meetings you host, you will
One of the best analogies on learning that I ever learned came in a rather unlikely place.
I had just walked from my car to meet a PGA Top 100 golf instructor (John Dunigan), he was going to help me work through some issues with my game. 15 minutes into the
Kelly Ritch's addition better equips ArcheMedX to scale the capabilities it provides to transform clinical operations.
Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) November 14, 2019
ArcheMedX, the company improving clinical trial readiness, today announced the expansion of its senior leadership team. To support increasing demand for Ready, the company’s clinical trials platform, with sponsors and
I recently had the pleasure to spend time with the team at Applied Clinical Trials. Following our discussion they published an interview in the September edition of Applied Clinical Trials Magazine.
The interview is titled "Workforce Readiness Technology Minimizes Risk in Clinical Trials" and it explores how ArcheMedX is enabling Sponsors,
Ready, our operational intelligence and workforce readiness platform, received a very warm welcome from the clinical trials industry at the DIA 2019 Global Annual Meeting.
During the Meeting, I was invited to join PharmaVoice to discuss how Ready analyzes behavioral data to enable Sponsors, CROs, and other trial stakeholders to evaluate
We know we should workout, but who doesn’t have an unused gym membership or a basement treadmill collecting dust.
We know we should eat better, but who hasn’t stared at an empty container of Ben and Jerry’s while binge watching Game of Thrones.
We all know we should get more sleep, but