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The Final Frontier: eSource Guidance

E-Source Guidance:  Helping pilot the clinical trial industry spaceship as it travels deeper into EDC space

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Computer System Validation Made Easy with ValComp

I often say, ‘we must try to learn from the mistakes of others because you and I will not live long enough to make them all ourselves.’  

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5 Tips for Designing an EDC System with Your End Users in Mind

When configuring an Electronic Data Capture (EDC) System, there are a lot of factors to consider: fields for data collection, automatic/programmed edits checks, metrics, the statistical analysis plan, desired reports and even validation for regulatory compliance.  

However, the one area that can easily be overlooked is the End User.  End Users are generally not involved in the design or...

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Drug vs. Device Studies: The Difference is in the Details

MedNet is pleased to introduce our first guest blogger – John Lehmann from IMARC Research:

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With So Many EDC Choices, How Do You Select the Right Vendor?

By my count there are at least 70 EDC vendors with a product on the market today.  So how do you choose? 

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The Biostatistician: From Clinical Trial Design to Analysis

"To consult the statistician after an experiment is finished is often merely to ask him to conduct a post mortem examination. He can perhaps say what the experiment died of." 

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Support of Clinical Trial Management Systems

Good customer service is a mindset that must be established and supported from the top by senior management to be successful in any company. We’ve all had our own personal experiences with good and not so good customer service across a variety of industries. I bet we can all agree what really makes a great company stand out: when they actually deliver on what they say they will do and stand...

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Why SaaS Based eClinical Solutions Make Sense

I would like to take a minute to reminisce about all the progress in clinical technology, how the paradigms have shifted, how methods of delivery have changed, and how recent history is often times quickly forgotten.

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