Decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) are growing. We may not be seeing the deep and widespread adoption of decentralized approaches some…
The clinical research industry is currently dealing with a great deal of uncertainty, with various solutions providers announcing layoffs often….
The news surrounding recent mass layoffs has been hard to miss and may even have you taking a closer look at the companies you choose to do business with. When it comes to evaluating vendors for your eClinical solutions, here are a few positive attributes to look for that serve as a recipe for longevity…
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.
In this guest post from Antidote.me, Nancy Ryerson reveals five insightful tips to create a more patient-centric trial recruitment process.
The road to the democratization of healthcare in the U.S. will be heavily influenced by easy-to-use, highly capable technology tools, but the change will hinge on affordable pricing for all.
At Crucial Data Solutions, we believe the clinical research industry is currently at a pivotal point in terms of patient centricity. As a data collection and study management software provider, we strive to improve the patient experience through user-friendly technology.
Software validation is a major consideration when evaluating tools to aid the clinical research process. This blog post details the questions to ask and things to look for when assessing data collection and study management software.