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Leveraging eClinical Systems

The global biopharmaceutical industry today faces an array of daunting challenges: intense pressure to bring innovative compounds to market more quickly; rapidly rising development costs; and growing demands from regulatory and political bodies to increase drug safety and reduce prices. Faced with this difficult marketplace environment, pharmaceutical companies must find new ways to improve productivity and reduce costs throughout the clinical development process if they are to overcome these challenges in the years ahead.

The second generation of eClinical technologies – sometimes referred to a eClinical 2.0 – holds the potential to help trial sponsors improve development decision-making, reduce time to market and enhance patient safety by significantly improving data access and integration for every aspect of drug development. Yet the pharmaceutical industry’s progress in adopting these new technologies continues to lag behind that of many other businesses.


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Wade Wirta, Vice President of eClinical Services at Perceptive Informatics, has extensive experience in clinical IVRS, supply chain management, and the development of global, enterprisewide IVRS software solutions supporting clinical trial execution and supply chain management. Prior to joining Perceptive, his most recent role was Director of Pfizer’s supply chain informatics group. He has extensive experience in IVRS integrated protocol administration systems; automated re-supply algorithms; adaptive randomisation; clinical reporting and tracking systems, clinical trial management systems, metrics and data warehouse development and portals.
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