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Clinical Data Management

Seamless Amendments

Cara Therapeutics is a small, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company. Their fast-paced environment requires processes that support tight deadlines, complex protocol designs, and rapid mid-study changes. Since protocol changes are the most common cause of database build delays, an adaptable EDC is critical to maintaining timelines.

Learn how changemaker Evelyn Dorsey at Cara Therapeutics was able to achieve faster builds, perform simple amendments, and work more effectively across multiple CROs. Read her story.

Are you experiencing study delays from protocol amendments?

After a study goes live, protocol amendments cause downtime with the inability to enter data and the exposure to errors down the line. Read how desired changes can go into effect faster, minimizing downtime and administrative costs.

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Shorter Builds

Vertex Pharmaceuticals shortened database build times by rethinking the traditional build process and leveraging modern ways of working. “Live, interactive UATs are a game-changer, saving a good three to four weeks from our timeline,” says Vikas Gulati, executive director of data management and metrics.

Learn how adopting a risk-based, real-time UAT process helped changemakers at Vertex Pharmaceuticals cut database build timelines by 50%. Read his advice.

Faster Locks

Lotus Clinical Research delivers better service to sponsors and sites when they can verify data with real-time reports and customized dashboards. By staying on top of cleaning activities, they are always ready for an interim analysis or a rapid lock.

Hear how changemakers at Lotus Clinical Research improved the EDC experience for sponsors and sites. Watch the interview.