The second blog in this two part series recapping our recent webinar, Ahead of the Curve: Emerging Technologies in Clinical Trials, we take a look at how we can break down the barriers to adopting rising technology solutions like blockchain and SSI in clinical research.
This is the first blog in a two-part series recapping our recent webinar, Ahead of the Curve: Emerging Technologies in Clinical Trials, with our partner Triall. Here, we’ll summarize our perspectives on patient centricity, decentralized trials, and shifting study participants from research subjects to informed collaborators.
It’s time to find a better way to run clinical registries that works for today’s population – without exorbitant costs and bottlenecks. In this post, we offer our own suggestions on accomplishing this and explain how it can be done right now.
Improving the patient experience is a collective effort for all those involved in the clinical research space, but it doesn’t have to be burdensome. Here, we offer some suggestions on how to alleviate some of the challenges faced by sites – specifically surrounding eClinical technology.
At the writing of the blog post, we’re starting to witness the industry reach an inflection point when it comes to decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) and their implications for research teams. But our approach to providing eClinical technology at Crucial Data Solutions remains constant: equip researchers with the right tools so they can meet patients where they are. Read on to see what we mean by this.
The rising number of decentralized trials and hybrid trials over the past few years has necessitated the use of televisit solutions for remote study conduct. But there are a number of benefits to virtual visits for both research professionals and study participants, which we begin to explore in this blog post.