SIMPLICITY

FOCUS ON THE SCIENCE

Today, there are more systems, users and data flows in a clinical trial than ever before. But the real problem is that few of them were designed to work together. So dealing with that complexity adds time and cost to every operation. That’s not good for your trial – or your business.

PAREXEL® Informatics can help you break the data barrier with Perceptive MyTrials®, an open eClinical solution that provides a single point of access and common user experience across applications, functions and capabilities. Log on once and you’ll find everything you need for eClinical data management:

  • Real-time study recruitment status reporting
  • Automated randomization and trial supply management
  • Case report form management for electronic and paper based studies
  • Capture and management of patient reported outcomes
  • Integration with operational data management, regulatory information management and medical imaging capabilities

YOUR PEERS HAVE SPOKEN - IT’S YOUR TURN

Opinions may vary on the details, but everyone agrees simplifying clinical trials is a good thing. What’s your point of view?

See how your peers' sites perceive the systems they are provided with.

3 Keys to Operational Excellence for Clinical Trials.

 

How many different systems do you have to log into for a single trial?

How many different systems do you have to log into for a single trial?

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How do your study teams access trial information?

How do your study teams access trial information?

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How do you track and manage investigational and ancillary trial supplies?

How do you track and manage investigational and ancillary trial supplies?

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At what point do you have the first opportunity to review the eClinical system setups you’re using on a trial?

At what point do you have the first opportunity to review the eClinical system setups you’re using on a trial?

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If you run into a problem, would you be more likely to?

If you run into a problem, would you be more likely to?

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