DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-3259.ijct20161411

Benefits of integrated clinical trials systems in risk based monitoring

Mohammed Saleem Khan, Bharat Kumar Shukla, Veerbhadra Nayak

Abstract


In the global world of integrated system, most industry recognized system integration is critical for optimal use to generate globally acceptable data, even clinical research industry is going through a paradigm shift from use of traditional system to integrated system to enhance the data availability on real time and supplements faster review and reporting of critical data points. But altogether to achieve 100% system integration, we need to create all compatible system with each other which require less mapping of different databases with reduced low data migration time.


Keywords


Data integration, Risk based monitoring, Clinical trials, Data integration, Clinical trial systems, CTMS, Leaner integration, Cross functional integration, Data quality, Data coding, Issue management, Risk management, Trends, Patterns, Clinical site, Adap

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