Are You Ready to Move Your Clinical Trial Processes to the Cloud?
Life science companies are struggling to enhance the productivity of their R&D processes. A new paradigm is emerging that moves the conduct and management of clinical trials to cloud-based applications. With cloud-based technologies, sponsors can implement an end-to-end data management strategy to transform their clinical development life cycle processes including data acquisition, storage, aggregation, and analytics.
Cloud-based applications provide sponsors with access to data in real-time and they enable clinical trials to be implemented much faster and at a reduced cost. Additionally, they enhance collaboration between sponsors and investigators, and allow information to be shared and managed quickly and securely, which leads to increased productivity.
We recently published an article in the November/December issue of PharmaVOICE magazine on moving clinical trials to the cloud.
In the article I share:
Recommendations for leveraging cloud-based EDC systems including a global library of electronic CRFs, managing lab data, integrating with clinical systems, and targeted source data verification
Review new developments in data standard models and clinical trial data analytics that enhance the ability to gain meaningful insights from clinical trial data
Outline the next steps for moving clinical trials to the cloud, including evaluating potential services providers, data security considerations, and conducting an on-site audit
Are you ready to transform your clinical trial processes? We seamlessly orchestrate clinical technologies and have the expertise to accelerate the clinical development process. Our elluminate™ is a secure cloud-based platform that standardizes, aggregates, and analyzes clinical data for insights so you can make impactful decisions, and it conforms to 21 CFR Part 11 requirements as applicable.
What are your challenges and successes in making the transition to the cloud?
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