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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Choosing an IRT Partner to Extend Your Team’s Resources

Increasing demand for speed while achieving quality results has made partnerships an essential component of today’s clinical trial environment. An ideal Interactive Response Technology (IRT) partner will make the complex processes of subject and inventory management simpler and easier to manage, saving your project team and clinicians time so they can focus on your study. …

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5 Tips for Working from Home

The Veracity Logic team works from home

1) Think of your workspace like an office Get ready for the workday as if you were leaving to work outside the home. No need to get dressed up (unless you want to). Going through a morning routine will help make it feel more like a workday and less like a weekend. Have a designated …

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Multiple Randomizations in Clinical Trials

FAQs you can use randomization clinical trials

This is the first of our on-going FAQ series on IRT services in Clinical Trials. You can listen to the recording or read the text below. In April 2020, a client asked: Can your system handle multiple randomizations for a subject at different points during a study? That is, can the subject be randomized to …

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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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