It’s impossible to read an industry publication without hearing about virtual clinical trials, decentralized clinical trials, or hybrid trials. Industry leaders and technology companies are touting the advantages and the opportunities to anyone who will listen. You may understand the model, and you may recognize the effort to shift. But
Peju Oshisanya joins Kelly Ritch, EVP of Product and Clinical Research Solutions at ArcheMedX, to discuss diversity and inclusion in clinical trials. An experienced clinical operations specialist and a strong advocate for data diversity, Peju shares her insight into the health sciences industry, evaluates opportunities for improvement, and illuminates the
If it shocks you to hear that clinical trials are getting more complex, you haven’t been paying attention. Specifically, we’re collecting more endpoints. We’re performing more procedures. We’re increasing nearly every executional variable, like the number of countries, the number of sites, the number of visits per patient, and the
The decentralized clinical trial is one of the most talked-about emerging trends in the life sciences industry. These sorts of clinical trials present immense benefits, as we wrote about in a recent blog.
If executed well, the decentralized clinical trial design could both reduce resource consumption and accelerate treatments arrival to
You have a clinical trial starting soon. Are you working with a contract research organization, or at least planning to do so? Probably. In 2020, the ACRP estimated that 70% of clinical trials would involve sponsors working with CROs. And, as a result, 100% of those sponsors will encounter some
Ken Getz joins Kelly Ritch, EVP of Product and Clinical Research Solutions at ArcheMedX, to discuss the growing complexity in clinical trial protocols. The Director of the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development and a Research Professor at the Tufts University School of Medicine, Ken shares his insights
There are still a lot of challenges facing pharmaceuticals, med tech, and biotech companies that seek to begin a clinical trial post-COVID. But the obstacles aren’t stopping them. At time of writing, over 500 companies have a Phase II or Phase III clinical trial startup planned in the next 12
Increased diversity. Faster enrollment. Reduction in costs. These are just a few of the myriad benefits of the virtual clinical trial touted by CROs and solution providers. But are you ready for a truly virtual clinical trial? If not, is a hybrid clinical trial realistic? And what is a decentralized
We recently spoke with Liz Beatty, Chief Strategy Officer at Inato about how the company is disrupting the industry's approach to site selection. The company is headquartered in Paris, France, with US operations based in New York City, NY. Here are some of the most interesting excerpts from our discussion:
Choosing the right way to train clinical trial staff is complex and exhausting under normal circumstances. Today’s immense pressure to accommodate new virtual working styles across investigator meetings, site selection, and site initiation visits magnifies those challenges.
As we revealed in our recent report, clinical operations leaders are adopting virtual tools