Clinical Research Management Briefing - November 13, 2017
To combat the data accessibility challenges biomedical researchers often face, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is launching a $9 million pilot program to fund a shared cloud-based platform for 13 organizations.
Health Data Management, November 8
Many companies understand the importance of involving patients throughout the clinical development process. Today, a number of initiatives are setting an example for how to effectively engage patients and measure outcomes.
Applied Clinical Trials, November 6
Institutional review boards (IRB) have different options for managing multi-site research in compliance with the NIH policy, effective in January.
Under the Senate’s proposed National Defense Authorization Act, the Defense Department would have the authority to greenlight unapproved drugs and devices for emergency use on military personnel, circumventing the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
Politico, November 6
As the healthcare industry remains a target for hackers and ransomware attacks, clinical trial sponsors and sites need a closer understanding of the digital risks they face and relevant regulations to protect trial data.
Lexology, November 6
Financial and Operations
Technology and strong project management leadership are two components of effective clinical supply inventory management, which has a direct impact on clinical trial success and patient health.
Clinical Leader, November 7
Organizations involved in clinical trials are embracing new platforms — from social media to instructional videos — to bolster patient recruitment and internal communication.
Clinical Leader, November 6Contact Us