Myth or Fact: The Future of Electronic Data Capture
Let’s debunk some of the common myths around the current and future state of EDC systems plaguing the industry today.
White Paper: Increasing Clinical Trial Diversity – The Right Technologies and Strategies for Reaching Underserved Patient Populations
With diversity planning now mandated by U.S. law, sponsors must now take steps to move the needle when it comes to recruiting and enrolling more representative pools of patients. To accomplish this, study leaders can rely on flexible, end-to-end solutions like TrialKit to provide for remote data collection and access via mobile devices like smartphones.
White Paper: Driving Customer Profitability with Enterprise Model eClinical Platform and Pricing
The key to accelerating the development of safe, effective therapies, all while improving clinical trial diversity, is utilizing technologies that allow researchers to do more with less. Learn how TrialKit’s Enterprise subscription model helps accomplish this in this white paper Challenge Series piece.
Setting the Stage for Patient-Centered Trials: The Value of Unifying eClinical Technology
Learn how with a unified, end-to-end mobile eClinical platform, one can collect more accurate data at the source and achieve better data faster, enabling quicker, more confident decisions all while delivering improved patient experiences.
This infographic depicts how the TrialKit platform enables you to move your studies beyond the site, with its features that were purpose-built for virtual or hybrid study approaches.
The features and functionality of the TrialKit platform allow ALL users to collect, access, and manage study data from anywhere, using both web-based and native mobile app interfaces.
Using Technology to Streamline Clinical Data Management
Clinical trials can take advantage of cloud-based applications and today’s analytics technology to centralise all trial data and increase real-time analytics access across their organisation, but only with appropriate management and inter-departmental collaboration can this prove successful.
This article is taken from International Clinical Trials November 2020, pages 23-25. © Samedan Ltd