Study start-up pulse report

Clinical Trials & Research

Survey finds that change is required in study start-up to improve trial performance and speed up the time it takes treatments to enter the market as the industry assesses its post-Covid-19 readiness

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New results from one of the industry’s largest global clinical operations surveys has revealed a critical need for change in study start-up.

According to the findings of the Veeva 2020 Study start-up pulse report, modernizing study start-up systems and processes are among the greatest areas of opportunity to improve trial performance and bring treatments to market faster.

The report also looks at how to streamline information sharing and the core challenges associated with collaborative clinical trial processes.

Download the report to discover:

  • The drivers, barriers and benefits of modernizing clinical systems and processes to accelerate trials.
  • What the industry-wide view of study start-up technology adoption is.
  • Why modernizing study start-up systems and processes are among the greatest areas of opportunity to improve trial performance.

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