Clinical Trials

Best Practices for Successful CTMS Implementation 

A Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) can streamline and optimize your organization’s clinical trial operations. A well-implemented CTMS will assist in planning, tracking, and managing various aspects of clinical trials. Your organization can ensure a successful and effective CTMS implementation through careful planning and adherence to best practices.  Define Clear Objectives Defining clear objectives before […]

Streamlining Clinical Trial Management 

Clinical trials are pivotal for medical advancements, offering new treatment possibilities and better patient outcomes. However, their complexity, which involves various stakeholders, unique processes, and extensive data, can be daunting. To streamline operations, ensure regulatory compliance, and achieve successful outcomes, organizations require a robust Clinical Trial Management Software (CTMS) solution. Intrinsic CTMS is designed to […]

Harness the Power of Data with CTMS

Data prioritization is essential for business success as it sheds light on customer needs, revenue generation, and trend analysis, especially critical in managing clinical trial data due to its involvement in life-saving treatments and patient well-being. Even a little effort in turning data into insights makes a big difference, improving understanding and guiding decisions. This […]

Is your Clinical Trial Management System Configurable, Flexible, and Scalable? 

Hospital team with healthcare professionals and business representatives collaborating with a laptop.

In the ever-evolving landscape of clinical trials, the need for a Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) that is configurable, flexible, and scalable cannot be overstated. In this era of precision medicine and fast-paced research, organizations require a CTMS solution that can adapt to their unique protocols, processes, and changing requirements. But what sets apart an […]

3 Key Benefits of a Cloud-Based Clinical Trial Management System

Pharmaceutical companies have been operating in the cloud for over a decade. For clinical trials, EDC (Electronic Data Capture) was the first of the eClinical systems to move into the cloud. Cloud-based CTMS (Clinical Trial Management Systems) have had a slower cloud adoption, but in the last several years, pharmaceutical companies have been pushing for […]

Clinical Systems Implementation – Five Things You Need to Do!

Recently I wrote a blog about the steps required to successfully identify and select a clinical systems vendor that will truly deliver against your needs.  Here is the recap of that post: Write a business case Collect detailed requirements Write a clear RFI Quickly narrow down your list of candidates Host some dog & pony […]

Clinical Systems Vendor Selection – Six Things You Need to Do!

The systems used in clinical R&D (or commercial, or HR, or finance…), like everything else in the world (people included), eventually grow old and stop working the way we’d like them to. Fortunately, these systems can be replaced – though not necessarily any more cheaply or easily than your Uncle Irwin’s hip. Done the right […]

CRO Data Integration: Your CTMS or Mine?

In today’s environment, it is almost certain that the pharmaceutical industry will continue the downsizing of drug development operations.  In doing this, they will place an ever-greater reliance on strategic CRO alliances and collaborative technologies. As sponsors increase their reliance on CROs, the need for better collaboration and more transparency will also increase. Data Collection In […]

Is CTMS Dead?

At Intrinsic, we’ve been implementing Clinical Trial Management Systems (CTMSs) and have been part of the eClinical evolution since Part 11 was drafted back in 1997.  During that time, we’ve had to answer a lot of questions, starting with, ‘Do I have to validate my CTMS?’.  Over the years that question was replaced with, ‘Do […]

Common Data Problems: Lack of Visibility, Tracking and Measurement

In the pharma industry, we see the same problem over and over again. That problem is massive amounts of data, stored in different formats and locations, which people are unaware exists. A great first step to solving these data problems is using document libraries in SharePoint with metadata fields to store documents/files. Identifying and tagging […]