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Dec 2017

Lean Six Sigma, a different term for the same concept

By | 2017-12-11T14:33:08+00:00 December 5, 2017|Blog, Library|0 Comments

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.

Nov 2017

Implementing RBM – Moving out of your comfort zone

By | 2017-12-06T06:52:04+00:00 November 23, 2017|Blog, Library, Weekly RBM Feature, White Paper|0 Comments

  “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 [...]

Sep 2017

Generation of a Risk Report across Studies

By | 2017-10-10T17:05:02+00:00 September 18, 2017|Blog, Weekly RBM Feature|0 Comments

The RBM software EarlyBird® obtains a powerful and flexible system for ad-hoc reporting of risk-relevant data. It can be used to explore clinical data in more detail, prepare centralized monitoring reports, and build up a risk overview across studies. An example of such a [...]

Aug 2017

Predictive Analytics in RBM (cont.)

By | 2017-09-18T19:55:38+00:00 August 8, 2017|Blog, Library, RBM Product Updates, Weekly RBM Feature, White Paper|0 Comments

In our previous "predictive analytics in RBM" article, we started a discussion about algorithms of machine learning (ML), predictive analytics, and artificial intelligence. We also covered that a risk software needs to calculate forecasts of Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) proactively and alerts when they [...]

Aug 2017

Predictive Analytics in RBM

By | 2017-10-04T17:01:30+00:00 August 2, 2017|Blog, Library, Weekly RBM Feature, White Paper|0 Comments

Predictive analytics is a very useful tool in the risk-based monitoring and overall risk-based study management. It increases the proportion of correct decisions, as the decisions start being more data-driven. It also helps to understand for a central CRA or study manager the trending [...]

Apr 2017

Quality Tolerance Limits Video

By | 2017-05-10T20:04:09+00:00 April 19, 2017|Blog, Webinar|0 Comments

Video from our recent CyntegrityEDU Webinar - ICH E.6(GCP) Addendum Quality Tolerance Limits Part 1. ICH E6 background (Structural & Non-structural) Quality Tolerance Limits (QTLs) Brief history of QTLs How to use the QTLs Potential benefits Part 2. Technology consideration of QTLs Considerations of enabling [...]

Mar 2017

On what stage of RBM evolution is your company? There are four main stages…

By | 2017-10-04T16:54:16+00:00 March 31, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Four stages of RBM Evolution in a Pharma Company Intelligent software systems are facilitating the data accumulation in clinical trials already. The 75% of clinical trials are conducted with the Electronic Data Capture (EDC) [1]. The next step is to unfreeze the knowledge of [...]

Dec 2016

Video from the Webinar “Risk-based Monitoring for Clinical Research Leaders”

By | 2016-12-20T19:48:09+00:00 December 20, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

The new Risk-based Monitoring concept reforms the clinical monitoring and clinical trial management. Risk factors become an important component there. What does it mean for a pharmaceutical company? Clinical trial risks are easy to foresee, site level risks and operational risks are hard to [...]

Nov 2016

RBM: innovation or just common sense?

By | 2016-11-24T10:01:15+00:00 November 24, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

The article covers the topics of clinical trial budgeting when applying the risk-based monitoring (RBM) model. The problem is that the new monitoring model requires a new model of clinical trial budgeting too, while today, the common practice is to apply traditional fixed-price budgeting. [...]