Helpful Tips For Clinical Data Repository Implementation

posted on 8th October 2015 in Data Talk

A Clinical Data Repository (CDR) allows for the ideal data management process during any given clinical trial. We went over the benefits early adopters see in order to justify bigger costs and longer implementation times in our last blog. However, the early adoption phase for CDR technology is over. The next generation of clinical data repositories […]

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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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The 3 Biggest Factors Changing Clinical Trials Today

posted on 20th August 2015 in Data Talk

Professionals in the drug development world know that clinical trials are expensive. In fact, they’re the most costly part of getting a drug on the shelves. Yet, only a slim percentage of these drugs actually make it through the clinical trial phases. As clinical development becomes more complex and regulations even more strict, there is […]

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Data Conversion Increases Transparency in Data Reporting

posted on 7th July 2015 in Solutions

An emerging pharmaceutical player in the Southern California area came to us for help in executing their vision for data collection, management and utilization. They wanted their 40-person team to be able to have complete access and control over every clinical trial they were carrying out and planning. This would give their organization the benefits […]

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Accreditation Achieved on Medidata Rave Safety Gateway

posted on 19th December 2014 in News & Events

We are pleased to announce our latest accreditation, which is to customize and support the Medidata Rave® Safety Gateway. The Rave Safety Gateway is a configurable EDC-to-safety system interface that enables safety and data managers to collect and transmit safety data from investigational sites to a safety system, efficiently and accurately. Timely reporting of serious […]

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On the Horizon: Discussing Key Life Sciences Trends for 2015

posted on 9th December 2014 in News & Events

In the November/December 2014 issue of PharmaVOICE magazine is an article looking ahead to what is on the horizon in 2015. The article provides expert insights across all sectors of the life sciences industry. The article identifies 10 mega trends that will have the most impact on the industry and shape the future of healthcare. […]

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How Data Standards and Technology Empower Life Sciences Companies

posted on 2nd December 2014 in News & Events

Costs to bring a new drug to market are staggering, and life sciences companies face intense pressures to decrease costs and bring new drugs and treatments to market more quickly. The life sciences industry is also facing increasing complexity with the types of data available such as genomic biomarkers, and the increasing amount of data […]

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Highlights from the SCDM 2014 Annual Conference

posted on 7th October 2014 in Data Talk

I just returned from a trip to Las Vegas where I attended the annual conference of the Society of Clinical Data Management (SCDM). It was a great opportunity to hear about the current areas of interest for Clinical Data Managers. I had the opportunity to attend many sessions over two days, and here are some […]

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Highlights from the Annual SQA Fall Symposium

posted on 25th September 2014 in News & Events

What a great week in Denver!  I started the week co-chairing the annual Fall Symposium. This year it was a combined effort between the Rocky Mountain SQA local chapter and the Regulatory Forum Council (RFC).  My co-chair, Chris Both, President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter, and myself representing RFC had a two day program focused […]

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