How Technology Simplifies Clinical Trial Feasibility Assessments
Ah, the dreaded site assessment and feasibility: pages upon pages of requests for information. From equipment specifications to investigator experience to patient population, the amount of data needed to execute a clinical trial feasibility is onerous. You may have most of this information on hand—across a variety of spreadsheets, emails, documents—and in your head. But there may also be gaps in the information you have access to, leaving you no option but to put down your best guess and muddle through.
While those of us who work in the clinical trial space have always known that the importance of our work cannot be overstated, there’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has driven home the importance of the clinical trials industry to the rest of the world as well.
One of the biggest challenges that clinical research organizations face is managing their vast influx of clinical trial opportunities from Sponsors, CROs and other potential sources. As anyone in this industry knows, there’s a lot of effort that goes into starting up a clinical trial; from sourcing the trial.