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Clinical Trial Management: If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now

Make clinical trial management faster and easier

Can we make our data collection faster and easier? Will the right treatments be onsite when it's time to randomize? How can we be certain that problems identified at sites are being resolved?

These are some of the questions I'm asked most often by prospective customers looking for ways to improve clinical trial management processes. Sometimes they summon me for help getting out of a jam for doing something like setting quality criteria for their Risk Based Monitoring plan. Other times someone is stuck in a situation where choices they made early on in a study have come back to haunt them like when they don't set expectations around time from the visit to data entry.

Then there are organizations seeking to part ways with old, inefficient means of doing things like managing clinical supplies with spreadsheets.  Now they've landed in the hot seat for wasting supplies and running up the budget and they need help – stat!

Still others want to know how to avoid tripping up when it comes time to make regulatory submissions. Maybe on their last study the data was in the wrong format, or it fell short of FDA requirements, or they collected a whole lot of unnecessary data.

These are all costly and time-consuming ways of managing a clinical trial. Being in a position to provide solutions to these kinds of problems is very gratifying for me. But it's also tough to hear the same problems crop up over and over again. I cringe every time a customer says, 'If I only knew then what I know now.' So I'm holding a special webinar, "The Top 10 Ways to Make Clinical Trial Management Faster and Easier," on February 18th to help folks access the wisdom from other's experience without the headaches.

I'll cover all the biggies that tend to stand in the way of success; those things best addressed right up front in the early planning stages of a study, long before First Patient In. I'll also talk about some of the great new tools available to support you. So whether you're a veteran looking for a few ways to tweak certain processes or someone just getting their feet wet, this webinar is designed to un-complicate things and make a smoother process for everyone involved.

You'll get answers to questions such as:

  • How can we avoid costly supply waste, as well as holdups due to stock-outs?
  • How can we be sure sites are providing us quality data?
  • Must I really login to multiple systems to see the big picture?
  • How do we apply a Risk-Based Monitoring approach?
  • Does our data meet FDA submission requirements?

So come for answers! I look forward to you joining me for this informative webinar.

Top 10 Ways to Make Clinical Trial Management Easier and More Efficient

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