With the need to being new drugs to market faster, there is a continued trend to outsource clinical trials to clinical research organizations (CROs) and academic research organizations (AROs.) While sponsors continue to grow their portfolio of products, they enter into trial partnerships with CROs and AROs during drug development.
As clinical trials become more detailed and the need to stay compliant to any health authority inspection, the use of clinical technology has become a staple within these partnerships. With CROs, AROs, and sponsors have their own data monitoring technologies in places, they need to be properly leveraged to create a integrated eClinical platform that meets both partners needs.
At the core of eClinical technology, your clinical trial management systems (CTMS) is a centralized monitoring system that allow stakeholders to monitor all aspects of a trial. Additional core technology components consist of electronic data capture (EDC,) portals, and electronic trial master file (eTMF.) These technologies can decrease clinical trial delays, increase trial monitoring, and better prepare clinical research partners for inspection.
This event will explore the integration of core technologies to develop an integrated eClinical system that will allow for effectively monitoring clinical trial data.
This conference is specifically designed for pharmaceutical, biotech, and academic professionals specializing in:
Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) & Academic Research Organizations (AROs):