Clinical data management

10 free ways to reduce risk in your medical device clinical trial

You cannot outsource quality in your medical device clinical trial Collecting low-quality data means that your trial is likely to fail. You will not be able to prove or disprove the scientific hypothesis of your medical device clinical trial. You will have wasted your time. You cannot outsource quality, you have to build it into …

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A better tomorrow for clinical trials

A better tomorrow – Times of crisis usher in new mindsets By David Laxer. Spoken from the heart. In these trying days, as we adjust to new routines and discover new things about ourselves daily, we are also reminded that the human spirit is stronger than any pandemic and we have survived worse. And because we …

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Streaming clinical trials in a post-Corona future

Last week, I wrote about using automated detection and response technology to mitigate the next Corona pandemic. Today – we’ll take a closer look at how streaming data fits into virtual clinical trials. Streaming – not just for Netflix Streaming real-time data and automated digital monitoring is not a foreign idea to people quarantined at …

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So what’s wrong with 1990s EDC systems?

Make no doubt about it, the EDC systems of 2020 are using a 1990’s design. (OK – granted, there are some innovators out there like ClinPal with their patient-centric trial approach but the vast majority of today’s EDC systems, from Omnicomm to Oracle to Medidata to Medrio are using a 1990’s design. Even the West …

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10 ways to detect people who are a threat to your clinical trial

Flaskdata.io helps Life Science CxO teams outcompete using continuous data feeds from patients, devices and investigators mixed with a slice of patient compliance automation. One of the great things about working with Israeli medical device vendors is the level of innovation, drive and abundance of smart people. It’s why we get up in the morning. …

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Temperature excursions and APIs to reduce study monitor work

I did a lot of local excursions the past 3 days – Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Haifa.   For some reason, the conversations with 2 prospects had to do with refrigerators.   I do not know if this is Freudian or not, considering the hot weather of July in Israel. The conversations about refrigerators had to …

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The gap between the proletariat and Medidata (or should I say Dassault)

We need a better UX before [TLA] integration The sheer number and variety of eClinical software companies and buzzwords confuses me. There is EDC, CTMS, IWRS, IVRS, IWRS, IRT, eSource, eCOA, ePRO and a bunch of more TLAs. For the life of me I do not understand the difference between eCOA and ePRO and why …

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4 strategies to get connected medical devices faster to FDA submission

Introduction Better designs, site-less trials, all-digital data collection and PCM (patient compliance monitoring) can all save time and money in connected medical device clinical trials.  This article will help you choose which strategies will be a good fit to help you validate your connected medical device and its intended use for submission to FDA. What …

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