What Brilliant Insights Do You See In Clinical Trial Data?
Sponsors want to leverage their clinical trial data to support critical decisions. To do this clinical data needs to be easily accessible and consolidated for sponsors to have a complete view of the efficacy and safety of a treatment.
What can a clinical data repository do?
Today most sponsors are only able to view siloed data components, which limit their ability to identify trends and information to empower their decision making. A clinical data repository (CDR) standardizes, aggregates, and organizes clinical data from multiple systems and sources to support insightful analyses that drive impactful actions.
I recently contributed an article to PharmaVOICE magazine. The article highlights how CDRs are cost-effective and robust platforms that aggregate clinical trial data from multiple sources and provide insights that enhance decision-making. Advanced analytics capabilities bring data listings to life enhancing the ability of life sciences companies to identify quality issues or detect safety signals more quickly and efficiently. A CDR can also automatically update reports and dashboards as new data are integrated into it.
A CDR enables team members across the life sciences organization to gain actionable insights, and the article outlines the robust set of standard reports a best-in-class CDR will include out-of-the-box.
Have you implemented a CDR? If so, please share your best practices. Are you thinking about implementing a CDR? If so, what challenges are you encountering? Please share your experiences and questions as you move forward with this initiative.
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