One of the many good reasons to deploy an IRT for your clinical study is to manage the shipment of Clinical Trial Material (CTM) from warehouses and depots to clinical sites (and vice versa!) The IRT tracks drug orders, status in transit, shipment receipt, returns, and so on. Requests for shipments using the VLIRT® system can be generated manually, automatically, or both, using configurable alerts…and the shipment methods preferred can vary by clinical site. Our Predictive Resupply functionality helps reduce study drug wastage while helping to ensure that you always have sufficient drug at the sites that need it the most!

  • Case StudiesJul 24

    Quick Tip: Unscheduled Titration, Unscheduled Resupply, and Predictive Analysis?

    A Sponsor recently posed a great question to Veracity Logic: How does your IRT’s (IWR/IVR) predictive resupply algorithm – which analyzes the drug supply needs of each Site based on actual numbers of patients and their certain types of CTMs/dosages – function properly when unscheduled titration and resupply are also +

  • Managing Drug Returns with IRT

    Drug accountability and the problems associated with it remain key issues for clinical trial management as we move into 2018. Using an IRT (IVR/IWR) system to manage the distribution and assignment of investigational product (IP) is now a well established practice. Most IRTs these days also include some method of +

  • Just Say No to One-Kit Shipments

    The Challenge: Striking a balance between effective study drug inventory control and efficient management of shipping costs is not always easy when faced with the real-life complexities of clinical trials. Automated predictive resupply algorithms that help reduce drug waste at clinical sites are now the order of the day for most IRT +

  • Direct-to-Subject Shipping

    The Challenge: In order to help meet global enrollment targets, the Sponsor wanted to reduce the number of clinic visits each subject would need to make while still being able to assign drug every week. The goal was to find a way to deliver drug directly to subjects at home, and +

  • Case StudiesNov 22

    Requesting Shipments …

    Shipments, manual or automated, have it your way… Problem: So it’s time to decide what types of shipment requests you’ll use in your clinical trial. There will be crunch times when Manual Requests are essential; other times when system-generated Automatic Requests are optimal (i.e., generating a shipment when a site’s inventory reaches +

  • Context-Sensitive Menus

    Veracity Logic’s VLIRT® web interface provides users with easy access to view data and a context-sensitive task menu for each record in the report. The task menu presents the users with only those options allowable for the selected record. For example, the task menu for a shipment that has been +

  • Case StudiesSep 15

    Complex Warehousing and Regional Depots…

    Problem: You’ve got a large, complex clinical study to be conducted at 120 sites in 22 countries around the world, with four treatment groups and two ancillary products required for the trial at all locations. Logistics of manufacture and distribution make it clear the most cost-effective solution is to have centralized +

  • Case StudiesSep 14

    Manual Shipment Requests: Help, I need more drug…!

    Problem: Your resupply algorithm for a particular Site has worked very well—until now. This month a generally low-enrolling site has inexplicably had a banner crop of new subjects. The site is running low on study drug. How do you get more drug to them fast? Solution: Veracity Logic’s flexible IRT system allows for +