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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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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Why Flexibility is Important in Clinical Trials Supply — and how a nimble IRT partner can help keep your trial on track.

By Andi DeStefano, Director of Project Management at Veracity Logic, LLC. To see why flexibility is important to keeping a clinical trial on track, let’s explore the Clinical Trial Supply Lifecycle using a fictional Sponsor named Pharzm, who will be running Phase 3 trials for a new drug. Pharzm has a new two-year trial, which …

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What is a Clinical IRT?

The Basics: IRT stands for Interactive Response Technology; it uses the web or phone to allow users to interact with a system. A Clinical IRT is a web-based tool for managing subjects and inventory during a clinical trial/study. It allows the clinical research site users (including Primary Investigators, Sub-Investigators, and Study Coordinators) to: add subjects to …

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