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3 Simple Steps to Manage Multiple Protocol Versions in a Single Study

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With master protocols, each site has to perform its own approval process in order to begin working under a new protocol version, resulting in multiple protocol versions being used at the same time. How can you manage this? Here are 3 simple steps.

Master Protocol Studies – A Map to an Unknown Destination

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A master protocol acts like a map showing many paths a clinical trial may take, where the sponsors don’t know in which direction their study will evolve, until the trial is under way.

Integrations Made Simple – An Intelligent Conversation Between Systems

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Integrations don't need to involve complicated coding to develop. Modern tech can simplify implementation and enable a conversation between systems.

Strengthen Data Security with Cloud Technology

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Transitioning from traditional data servers to the cloud can lead to improved RTSM quality and more enhanced data security. See how!

As Clinical Trials Evolve, Will Your Systems Keep Up?

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Over the life of a study, the amount of time and resources spent on changes to a system can significantly impact the study – but do they have to?

A Non-Technical Guide To Understanding Modern RTSM Technology Stacks

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An RTSM has critical functions with direct patient impact. As trials grow in complexity, adopting modern tech is inevitable for companies hoping to keep up.

Top 5 Questions to Ask When Considering RTSM Systems for Phase 1 Clinical Trials

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Did you know that Phase 1 trials can be even more complex than their Phase 2 and 3 counterparts? Don't let scale be the determining factor in choosing to leverage an RTSM. Here are 5 questions to ask when you consider an RTSM for your next Phase 1 study.

Site Voice | Partnering with Your Clinical Research Sites

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4G Clinical partnered with SCRS to host their first Site Advisory Group for RTSM/IRT systems, where sites and sponsors gathered to discuss, among many other topics, how sponsors can become more site-centric.

Top 6 Benefits of Leveraging an RTSM for Investigator Initiated Trials (IITs)

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Having an IRT/RTSM for your IITs will help with supply chain management since IITs traditionally draw from the same pool of drugs as manufacturer-sponsored studies. See how.

User Acceptance Testing Best Practices for Clinical Software

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User acceptance testing best practices for clinical systems, namely randomization and trial supply management (RTSM), or also known as IRT or IWRS.