A Process for Successful Mid-study Changes

changes in clinical trials can be challenging

Change is a constant challenge in the world of clinical studies, and it can cause both stress and delays. In our last blog, we discussed 5 tips for more effective mid-study changes. Now let’s look at the components of a successful management process for a technical change from an IRT perspective. The IRT Project Manager …

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Five Tips for Minimizing Mid-study Change Delays

Changes

According to a recent survey, managing mid-study changes and their associated delays topped the list of challenges faced while conducting a clinical trial. But there are ways to minimize the impact of mid-study changes. “There are five components to any successful system change,” says David Goldston, President of Veracity Logic. “And thinking through them will …

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Managing Drug Returns with your IRT

Drug accountability is important to gathering quality data as well as for insuring patient safety. The problems associated with it remain key issues for clinical trial management in 2021. Using an IRT (IVR/IWR) system to manage the distribution and assignment of an investigational product (IP) is now a well-established practice. Most IRTs include some method …

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OCT Southeast Conference

We’ll be exhibiting at the Outsourcing Clinical Trials Southeast Conference on March 30 and 31st. Visit our booth for a chance to win $100 for the charity of your choice!* For more information, and to register for this virtual event, please go to www.arena-international.com/oct-southeast.  Team news: Andi DeStefano, Veracity Logic’s Director of Project Management, will …

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Intuitive Subject Management Systems

Intuitive and user friendly To be effective, an e-clinical solution must be intuitive for all users. For a clinical system to be user-friendly, it needs to be flexible. As clinical trials move more towards virtual environments, it is extremely important to have views of subject data and information that fit the needs of everyone involved …

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Are your vendor partners the right size to support your next clinical trial?

Should you choose the largest and best-known vendor to support your clinical trial? You’ve seen them at conferences, these companies have the most resources and great marketing — does that mean that they are the safe choice because they are well known? Maybe. But when you are a small to medium-sized customer, big companies sometimes …

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Choosing Your IRT Partner for Clinical Trials in 2021

Will you be looking for a new Clinical IRT Partner in 2021? Check out our vendor selection guide! Developed especially for Sponsors, CROs, and Clinical Suppliers, it lists the capabilities and issues to consider when vetting IRT vendors and systems in an easy to use format. We hope you’ll find it useful.   Download your …

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How to Test an IRT for Your Next Clinical Trial

Regulatory requirements make the documented testing and validation of the electronic systems used in clinical trials critically important to the success of any clinical study. This is because approval authorities will reject clinical data collected by what regulators deem to be substandard means. (For examples, see 21CFRPart11 and EU Annex 11) There are two categories …

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Putting Clinical Study Control Where It Belongs

By Noah Cotes, Project Manager at Veracity Logic, LLC   In the fast-paced world of clinical trials, a lack of information and ability to adapt will leave you in the dust. To address this,  Veracity Logic advocates a “study-team-centric” model of clinical trial execution, where our system facilitates putting the study team in control. To …

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Supporting Patient-centric and De-Centralized Clinical Trials

By Noah Cotes, Project Manager at Veracity Logic, LLC   Patient-centric clinical trials, also referred to as de-centralized clinical trials are often discussed in the pharmaceutical industry today. To be “Patient-centric” is to reevaluate the needs and realities of the patient experience, and to allow that understanding to inform your clinical trial all the way …

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