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Fast-Tracking Supply in a Patient-Centric World

2020 was a year like no other.

The pandemic brought major disruption to the global clinical trials supply chain, with many studies paused or postponed as a result, and while new vaccines offer some hope, no-one knows exactly how long it will take to bring COVID-19 under control.

What can we learn from the difficult experiences faced over the last 12 months, and how should this guide the approach that pharmaceutical companies take when organising their clinical studies in the future?

This article looks at the possible legacies of the pandemic. It will explore how the challenges faced by pharma companies, particularly around patient recruitment, were successfully met by taking a far more person-centred approach.

It will also look at the potential to speed up operations through new technologies to improve efficiency and the quality of label production and management in a way that balances the demands of accuracy and compliance with the need to deliver quickly

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Richard Adams joined PRISYM ID, a leading provider of regulated content and label management solutions, as CEO, last year. As a leader in the technology and healthcare sector for the past 30 years, he specialises in leveraging innovation to deliver valuable solutions for customers. During his career, Richard has worked at CEO, managing director, and senior vice president levels within EMEA, largely in technology enabled businesses. His sectors of expertise include customer relationship management and online customer engagement for life science, healthcare IT, technology, and digital media. Specialties include leadership, visioning, strategy, and business transformation.
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