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Running Better Trials Taking an Intelligent Monitoring Approach

When it comes to implementing a risk-based monitoring program, it is not just about reducing monitoring visits and doing less Source Document Verification (SDV). Itís about bringing together your people, a solid process, and the right technology to run a better trial.

Success with risk-based monitoring requires the ability to make sense of the thousands, if not millions, of data points captured by multiple disparate sources in a clinical trial. With the sheer volume of data generated on a daily basis comes complexity. How does one make sense of it all? Information overload burdens even the most experienced study teams who struggle to understand which data matters most and what it means.
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