Lessons Learned from Implementing an Enterprise Clinical Data Hub, New Webinar Presented by eClinical Solutions LLC, Hosted by Xtalks

posted on 10th April 2018 in Case Studies & Data Talk & News & Events & Recommendations & Solutions

Lessons Learned from Implementing an Enterprise Clinical Data Hub, New Webinar Presented by eClinical Solutions LLC, Hosted by Xtalks Webinar describes how Agios Pharmaceuticals is solving business and data challenges by implementing the elluminate® Clinical Data Hub including key selection criteria, implementation best practices, and lessons learned. Mansfield, MA – April 10th, 2018 – eClinical Solutions LLC, […]

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Consider Medical Coding During the Clinical Trial Study Build

posted on 2nd September 2015 in Data Talk & Recommendations

I’ll be honest, medical coding clinical trial data is a time-consuming job requiring attention to detail that some might describe as tedious. However, it is critically important in ensuring the data collected as a part of clinical trials can be quickly analyzed for results and insights. As clinical data arrives from around the world, clinical data managers […]

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Five Key Attributes for Maintaining High Performing Teams

posted on 30th July 2015 in Recommendations

I am fortunate to have worked with some great teams in my career, and it’s a great feeling when teams work well together and accomplish high-level goals. As a senior leader at eClinical Solutions, it’s my job to hire good people and to create an environment where they can grow and succeed. I ran across […]

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How Clinical Data Integrity and Quality Help Achieve GCP

posted on 16th July 2015 in Recommendations

Good clinical practice (GCP) is a foundational element in conducting clinical trials. According to the FDA, “GCP is an international ethical and scientific quality standard for designing, conducting, recording, and reporting trials that involve the participation of human subjects. Compliance with this standard provides assurance that the rights, safety, and well-being of trial subjects are […]

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Clinical Development Models Maximize Efficiency and Decrease Cost

posted on 30th June 2015 in Data Talk & Partners & Recommendations

Clinical trials have become progressively more complicated and challenging to manage, and there is increased pressure to conduct clinical trials in a more efficient and expedient manner. To date, large Contract Research Organizations (CROs) have stepped forward to support all aspects of a clinical development program. However, this isn’t always the best solution.   Three […]

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Clinical Data Repository for a Business Critical Platform

posted on 20th April 2015 in Data Talk & News & Events & Recommendations

A clinical data repository (CDR) provides the ability to maximize and utilize all clinical and operational data for real-time clinical analytics and insights. Historically it was thought that a CDR is a complex application that is time consuming and expensive to implement. The latest advances in technologies and emerging cloud based solutions make implementing a […]

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The Importance of Training for Clinical Trial Data Professionals

posted on 1st April 2015 in Recommendations

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin I’m passionate about training and mentoring, and this quote by Benjamin Franklin guides how I approach each process. Training and mentorship are critical to ensuring our clinical data management team, clinical data analysts, and statistical programming personnel […]

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How Corporate Culture Impacts Business Success: 4 Key Tactics

posted on 23rd September 2014 in Recommendations

I recently ran across a blog post by John Coleman on the Harvard Business Review blog that cited research conducted by James L. Heskett that culture “can account for 20-30% of the differential in corporate performance when compared with ‘culturally unremarkable’ competitors.” I’ve been involved with a number of organizations throughout my career, and I’ve […]

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How to Overcome Your Greatest Data Management Frustrations

posted on 6th August 2014 in Recommendations

Marty Roche, our Vice President of Sales and Marketing, recently talked with Taren Grom, Editor of PharmaVOICE magazine at the DIA Annual Meeting in San Diego. Marty shared his thoughts on the greatest frustrations life sciences companies have in clinical data management, which is the limited ability to access and leverage their clinical trial data […]

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