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Going to SCOPE Summit 2018? Adaptive Clinical Systems will see you there!

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Adaptive Clinical Systems is pleased to be an exhibitor in Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Ninth Annual SCOPE Summit 2018, being held February 13-215, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. The 9th Annual SCOPE Summit, taking place February 13-15, 2018 in Orlando, FL, will offer three stimulating days of in-depth discussions in 18 different conferences,…

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4 Key Components to Achieving Compliance with ICH E6 R2

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Nithiya Ananthakrishnan, Founder and CEO of Algorics, kicked off the webinar with 4 key components to achieving compliance with (1) regulatory guidelines that impact risk management and monitoring; (2) the challenges faced in individual phases; (3) Data aggregation and interoperability for efficiency; and (4) the advantages of having integrated workflow.   The…

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3 Important Takeaways from DIA 2017

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As explained in our previous blog titled 5 Tips to Make the Most of the DIA 2017 Annual Meeting, it’s important to plan appropriately when aiming to utilize and benefit from the information gleaned at conferences like DIA 2017.  Just like the theme of this year’s show – Driving Insights into Action…

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The Convergence of Reporting Standards and the Clinical Trial Industry

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The Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC), FDA and the clinical trial industry are converging on ways to streamline and “…modernize the clinical research system.” With increasing adoption among clinical trials, research sponsors and investigators, clinical trial operations are taking note and heeding more clearly defined standards around collecting data…

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Consider the Cloud for Your Clinical Trial Systems

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While leveraging the cloud for advanced clinical trial systems once seemed like a “pie-in-the-sky” concept (pun definitely intended), with today’s technology, cloud computing is a practical and pragmatic way to approach housing, managing, analyzing, and sharing clinical trial data.  And even though technology has caught up to make cloud clinical…

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