In our nearly 20 years of working with the life sciences industry, we’ve spoken with countless pharmaceutical, medical device, and contract research organizations (CROs) about their relationships with clinical sites and investigators. We’ve listened to their struggles and the things they’ve done to try to make things better, including what’s worked and what hasn’t.
This guide analyzes how artificial intelligence – including machine learning – can be used by pharmaceutical and medical device companies to improve the clinical data review and cleansing process.
We’ve learned a lot from these organizations and, by helping them understand their sites as customers, we’ve been able to successfully advise and support them in designing and implementing effective solutions. Now, we’d like to share with you our insight into this unique relationship.
In the guide, 7 Ways to Fix Your Relationships with Clinical Sites, we highlight the seven most common issues that strain the relationship between sponsor/CRO and site/investigator, and provide guidance on proven, practical solutions for each.
- Slow subject recruitment
- Ineffective subject screening
- Clinical data entry mistakes
- Poor clinical document compliance
- Cumbersome site monitoring visits
- Outdated contact details
- Problems with payments
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