Collaboration is at the heart of most medical breakthroughs. But too often, outdated clinical information management can make working relationships difficult. For instance, clinical research sites struggle when made to force fit proprietary solutions to meet partner needs. In fact, everyone involved in clinical suffers from the chaotic number of applications and archaic IT infrastructure. Not only is this frustrating, but it is also incredibly counterproductive.
Legacy electronic Trial Master File (eTMF) systems are built on proprietary data standards or old file sharing tech. Unfortunately, these approaches block the collaboration needed to develop a Trial Master File (TMF) that meets quality, timeliness, and completeness standards.