Over the years, Cenduit has gained extensive experience getting IRT systems online in virtually no time. But perhaps more importantly, we’ve refined best practices and developed a core set of offerings that allow our IRT platform to see what others don’t—or simply can’t.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.
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.Read More
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.Read More