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Optimizing the Approach to IRT Customization

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  • 07 Sep

The clinical randomization and supply chain management systems we now dub “IRT” were initially built as fully customized IT projects, individualized and implemented separately for each study. While the processes have improved since then and some IRT providers are now using systems designed for more configurability, the mindset of customizing IRT systems for each study persists.

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Upcoming Webinar: IRT Best Practices: How Companies Are Accelerating Timelines While Improving Quality

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  • 23 Aug

Join us for our upcoming webinar on September 13th during which Bioclinica experts Amanda Nite, Senior Director of RTSM Operations and Commercial Solutions, and Robin Barber, Manager of RTSM Solutions Engineering, will present and discuss case studies providing insight into how to improve quality and reduce risk while accelerating timelines using agile methodologies.

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Trial Efficiency Improves With an Experienced Vendor IRT Team

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  • 08 Jun

With the increasing complexity in protocols and need to increase the cost-effectiveness of studies, your IRT-related decisions play an even greater role in ensuring the most appropriate patient randomization and clinical supply strategies. Gone are the days of being able to use the "tried and true" IRT systems without further consideration of if they meet your protocol requirements.

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Risk Management and RTSM

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  • 17 Apr

The revisions in ICH E6 (R2) – Good Clinical Practice has garnered a lot of attention, not least because of the explicit recommendations for the incorporation of a formal risk analysis when planning and executing trials. The starting point for managing risk effectively is adopting a suitable risk analysis and mitigation method, such as risk scoring or failure modes effects analysis. We need to understand what could go wrong (hazard), what happens if it occurs (impact), how likely it is to happen (probability), and how likely we are to realize it has happened (detectability).

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Successful Direct-to-Patient Shipping of Study Drugs

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  • 27 Mar

Clinical trials for patients with rare, debilitating diseases who have limited mobility and greater caregiving requirements can be challenging, particularly for clinic visits and medication adherence. But, we like a challenge. In a recent clinical trial, we collaborated with the sponsor to successfully ship the study drugs directly from the depot to a sample of US-based patients with a rare, progressive debilitating disease characterized by motor, cognitive and behavioral symptoms.

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How Optimizing Your Supply Chain Management Can Reduce Trial Cost, Effort and Risk

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  • 07 Feb

Today's Supply Chain
We can all recognize that there is a need to better manage the increasingly uncertain and complex drug supply chain, which is affected by the inclusion of more patients, at more sites and in more countries; country-specific regulations and approvals for temperature-controlled drugs, packaging, labeling and logistics; and more intricate protocols.

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Meet the Bioclinica eClinical Team: Amanda Nite, Senior Director of RTSM

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  • 17 Jan

Our flexible and innovative suite of eClinical solutions is supported by a team of people who have experience in all facets of clinical trials, which has been invaluable to our success. Therefore, we wanted to highlight a few valued contributors in this “Meet the Team” blog series.

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Is It Time to Embed Supply Chain Forecasting in Interactive Response Technology?

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  • 04 Jan

Some of my Bioclinica colleagues and I recently attended CBI's IRT 2016 conference in Philadelphia. While there were plenty of interesting topics discussed at the conference, one presentation particularly stuck out to me: the benefits of connecting supply chain forecasting for clinical trials more closely with interactive response technology (IRT) software. The reliance of effective clinical trial forecasting on IRT data is well understood within the clinical trial world, and was a big talking point at the conference.

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6 Advantages of an Agile Approach to Interactive Response Technology (IRT)

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  • 13 Sep

In clinical trials, randomization and trial supply management (RTSM) solutions help randomize the participant allocation and ensure the study design is balanced and trial supplies are available when and where they are needed. A key piece of those efforts is the use of interactive response technology (IRT) software.

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