Randomization and Trial Supply Management: 5 New Features to Look For

Randomization and Trial Supply Management (RTSM) technology is one of the driving forces behind every clinical trial. But because it’s such a behind-the-scenes technology, many clinical trial managers may not be up-to-date on its latest advances -- or about changes on the horizon.

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How Do IWRS Clinical Trials Work?

An Interactive Web Response System (IWRS) is the technology clinical trial managers use to randomize patients into a trial and to track drug supply. Since maintaining the integrity of a blinded study and sustaining drug supply levels are two of the most important parts of a clinical trial, it’s important to know how your IWRS works and what to look for when choosing a system.

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Research Studies: Access to Tomorrow’s Treatments Today

A Chat with Matt Ellefson of SURVIVEiT

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Patients Want Access to Clinical Trials - Here's How to Give It to Them

An industry survey of 2,000 patients in the US found a significant gap between the services that patients want from pharmaceutical companies and the services they are receiving. Services that help patients learn about their conditions and better manage their health were found to be very important to patients; patients who receive those services greatly value them. However, in general, these services were “underserved" to patients, or "underutilized" by them. Or, they were simply "nonexistent."

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5 Clinical Trial Recruitment Project Management Tips

Whether you’re working with a clinical trial recruitment company or enrolling your trials in-house, it’s important to stay organized, nimble, and patient-focused throughout the often complex process. Nicole Batiste, Antidote’s Senior Director of Commercial Operations, shared her team’s best advice on keeping the recruitment process running smoothly.

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Clinical Trial Advertising: 5 Design Tips

Whether you’re using a clinical trial recruitment company or creating ads in-house, your ad design can make or break your recruitment success. Katrina Ambrose, Antidote’s Senior Designer, Marketing, shared how she applies design thinking to clinical trial advertising.

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How to Evaluate ePRO Vendors for Your Clinical Trial

Electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) collect patient data on-the-go through patient e-diaries, phone apps, tablets and other devices. They can be an important part of efforts to make clinical research more engaging for patients while collecting valuable data. When choosing an ePRO vendor, there are a few different questions to ask and features to look for to make sure your new technology fits your trial's needs. 

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RTSM: Finding the Right Randomization & Trial Supply Management System

Randomization is one of the most critical parts of running a typical clinical trial. Maintaining the right drug supply levels is also key to ensuring your trial runs efficiently. Thanks to technology, these processes are now easier than ever. But like with any purchasing decision, it can be a challenge to differentiate between Randomization & Trial Supply Management (RTSM) systems to find the right fit for your study team.

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Five Clinical Trial Advertising Tips You Can Act on Before 2018

With one month left to go in 2017, there’s just enough time to pick up some easy wins for your clinical trial recruitment efforts. You can finish the year strong by implementing at least one of these five advertising strategies.

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MRA and Antidote Have Teamed Up to Drive Melanoma Research Forward

A New Way to Find and Take Part in Melanoma Research

At Antidote, our mission is to connect patients with medical research to speed the pace of discovery. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re now working with the Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA), the largest nonprofit funder of melanoma research, to connect patients living with melanoma to clinical trials. MRA has launched Clinical Trial Locator, powered by Antidote, to ensure that patients and caregivers not only know about medical research, but are also able to match to clinical trials quickly and easily.

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