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Top Five Reasons You Need IRT Expertise (Not Just Software)| White Paper | Cenduit

Today most Interactive Response Technology (IRT) vendors have developed modern, configurable systems and much has been written about Agile development and delivery methodology as well as faster builds that improve system quality, reduce risk and simplify validation requirements. These system developments over the past several years have certainly brought many benefits to Randomization and Trial Supply Management (RTSM) delivered on IRT. Interestingly, though, while some eClinical technologies, such as Electronic Data Capture (EDC), are readily brought in house by biopharma companies and Contract Research Organizations (CROs), IRT is rarely “tech transferred” by comparison. Instead pharma companies generally seek IRT vendor relationships to ensure high quality builds that meet their needs and avoid the potential pitfalls associated with RTSM. Download our paper to learn about the many areas where an IRT specialist can add great value to a study.

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5 Questions to ask your IRT vendor about integration| White Paper | Cenduit

IRT is changing rapidly. Your needs and the solutions you employ to keep your studies on track need to do more than just keep up–they need to keep you out in front. Cenduit is committed to cutting edge IRT solutions, helping you meet all your timelines with fully integrated systems to monitor your study and retain patients throughout the life of the study. Download our paper to learn what questions you should be asking to get the best integration capabilities for your study.

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Patient Engagement | White Paper | Cenduit

 An engaged patient is one that's less likely to become lost to follow up. And the more patients that stay in your study, the lower your overall costs, the better your data integrity, and the better the experience is for patients, sites, and your clinical team. Download our paper to learn more reasons your next study should integrate patient engagement into your IRT.

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White Paper: Drug Accountability & Returns Mgmt - DARM

It is time for our industry to move forward to bring drug accountability into the 21st century. The proven benefits include improved patient safety, enhanced RBM and quality, reduced site burden, reduced risk of inspection and audit findings as well as the ability to close out studies more quickly, thereby cutting costs. Additionally, since DARM functionality is already fully integrated into solutions that sites and sponsors are already using via the IRT system, the deployment and set-up efforts are minimal. Is your organization ready to benefit from electronic drug accountability?

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White Paper: Five Ways To Get More From Your IRT System

IRT is changing rapidly. Your needs and the solutions you employ to keep your studies on track need to do more than just keep up - they need to keep you out in front. Areas such as drug accountability & returns, forecasting, patient retention, integration and automated monitoring. All keys to the success of your trials . Learn more about each in this helpful tool.

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White Paper: Forecasting | Cenduit

Accurate forecasting of clinical supplies has become increasingly important in the past several years as planning the amount of study drug and other materials required to complete a trial has grown in complexity. Key drivers adding to this complexity include increased numbers of trials, reduced start-up timelines, patient recruitment challenges, globalization leading to more distant clinical sites and a variety of regulatory requirements, and escalating costs for investigational drugs and comparators.

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Unintentional Unblinding | White Paper | Cenduit

Maintaining the study blind is a critical part of maintaining the integrity and validity of any clinical trial. Experienced IRT providers have a variety of SOPs, system controls and well-trained members of staff to ensure that all blinded reports, data transfers and study documentation and communications are sanitized and free of any sorting or data that could even partially reveal the study medications in inventory or those assigned to patients.

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Trial Supply Management | White Paper | Cenduit

 The key goals of effective trial supply management are to ensure that every patient gets their medication on time while minimizing any waste, which requires balancing a large number of factors. Robust trial supply management can greatly cut costs by reducing waste, minimizing the number of shipments, making efficient use of older supplies before they expire and by automating the entire resupply process, thereby eliminating costly human errors. Learn how a solid IRT system can model and automate all relevant factors right out of the box in this comprehensive white paper.

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Modern Randomization Techniques | White Paper | Cenduit

Randomized, double-blind clinical trials are the gold standard for adequate and well-controlled studies in modern times. In this white paper, you'll learn how important randomization is, and how an effective randomization plan built into an IRT system forms the basis of a bias-free, well-controlled trial.

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Electronic Drug Accountability Systems: | White Paper | Cenduit

The increase in federal audits and the growing federal regulations has made drug accountability management a major challenge. A failed federal audit leads to costly trial delays, and possibly non-approval or criminal liability. Electronic drug accountability managed through an IRT system can ensure compliance, reduce inefficiencies, preserve data integrity and increase patient safety.   

This white paper examines how electronic drug accountability managed through an IRT system:

  • Improves protocol compliance
  • Reduces clinical trial inefficiences
  • Preserves study data integrity
  • Increases patient safety
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Science of Patient Reminders | White Paper | Cenduit

The average cost of a patient lost to follow-up is $5,000. Download this paper to learn how to incorporate patient reminders into your protocol to reduce cost and resource wastage associated with patient noncompliance and early withdrawal.

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