Many risks in clinical trials are therapy specific. Because of that, the currently available tools addressing those risks are now becoming therapy specific as well. The first therapy focused risk library Oncology RACT (OncoRACT) recently got available.
Yes you can stay on-budget! Read how Risk Based Budgeting (RBB) can help you keeping your clinical trial on-budget.
Blockchain technology is the biggest achievement in cryptography of the past decade. Source Data Verification (SDV), which consumes about 20–30% of the clinical trial budget nowadays, will become redundant when blockchain technology disrupts the pharma industry.
Are your role connected with the controlling the quality, performance or risks of clinical trials? We are delighted to invite you along to this exclusive live webinar and Q&A session on February 23rd, 2018.
We are pleased to welcome Dr Nimita Limaye, Project Lead KRI Wiki, to the Cyntegrity team! Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) play a fundamental role in managing risk, you could say they are the “traffic lights” of clinical monitoring. When appropriately selected and calibrated KRIs [...]
There is a rapidly growing amount of information to process in clinical research. You could argue whether it adds value viewing and verifying the reliability of each single data point. Dirty data and frauds have always existed but can eventually be marginalised by responsive people and processes.
More than ever before, well-designed clinical trials are essential to maximize chances of success.
100% SDV...seriously, who DOES this? Start 2018 with an easier way to manage your clinical risks.
Believe it or not, it was Guinness’ biochemist Gosset who developed the first Six Sigma statistical test in the early 1900s. The Guinness brewery was far ahead of its time by hiring statisticians, chemists and other scientists to improve the quality of its beer.
“There are always a million reasons not to do something” A great inspiring quote from Jan on an episode of The Office when Pam was making excuses not to go to Art school. A very recognisable habit, isn’t it? Talking ourselves out of [...]