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Over the past 10 years, the rapid growth and use of social media networks by the general population has created a powerful new tool for pharmaceutical companies and clinical research organizations (CROs) to engage with patients, and recruit them for clinical trials. CROs and pharmaceutical study sponsors are still learning how to effectively use social and digital media as part of their participant recruitment strategies.
Effective and reliable methods for clinical researchers to conduct patient testing have always been important to the successful execution of studies supporting vaccine development and disease diagnostics.
Running a clinical trial in 2021 is tougher than ever. The average cost of developing a new drug has reached a staggering $2-3 bn (1) so it’s no wonder that clinical trial researchers are looking for ways to tighten up and make their budgets stretch further.
In recent years, the level of innovation and growth in wearable technologies has led increasingly to the use of this technology in healthcare and clinical trial settings.
In the ever-changing field of clinical research, valid testing and research outcomes are critical, making reliable storage, archiving, and data retrieval an essential component in the research process.