Have you determined that a low-code or no-code eClinical platform would be a good fit for your studies but have questions about getting started? This blog post offers some tips and considerations when searching for a solution.
The software space is experiencing a movement toward low-code/no-code development practices. But what exactly does this mean, and how does it apply to clinical trial management? This blog post introduces you to the low-code/no-code approach and why it might be a good fit for you.
In order to ensure inspection readiness and establish a solid document management strategy, it’s important to have a modern eTMF solution in your toolkit that supports today’s clinical trials. This blog post will walk you through a few of the ways TrialKit eTMF elevates your trial master file experience.
[Updated from February 2018 post] Mobile technology lends many benefits to clinical research, including shortened study duration, more accurate data, and beyond. Keep reading for our perspective on the impact we can expect mobile apps to have as the industry advances.
In this guest post from TruLab, Inc., Lindsey Lanier walks us through the problems with the current approach to bio sample management and how we can increase efficiencies and achieve better outcomes by leveraging the latest in technology – including blockchain.
CDS has many innovative updates in store for TrialKit in 2021. Check out this blog post for a quick glance at what’s to come to the platform in the upcoming year.
The trends infiltrating the clinical research industry – wearable integrations, mobile apps, machine learning, and more – aren’t just exciting concepts. They’re made possible and are now being used in studies with today’s technology.
What are the current challenges in the clinical industry today, and what steps can we take to overcome them? This blog post recounts the discussion our panel of experts had on this very topic in our recent webinar, Bridging the Gap to the New Clinical Trial Landscape.
A new wave of interest in virtual trials has been generated by the coronavirus pandemic. But will the enthusiasm remain after the conclusion of the pandemic? In this post, we provide our perspective on why the virtual trial may be here to stay.
Making patient engagement more achievable will lead to more successful clinical trials. In this post, we detail four best practices in the TrialKit platform to help research teams reach optimal patient engagement.