Article | January 19, 2022

7 Key Findings From The 2022 Clinical Trial Operations Technology Survey

Source: Florence Healthcare

By Blake Adams, Vice President, Florence Healthcare


2021 brought massive changes to the clinical trial industry. With the advent of the COVID-19 vaccine, many clinical trials delayed by the pandemic sprang into motion again. 

44% more clinical trials began in Q1 2021 than Q1 2020. And although in-person clinical trials were possible again, technology adoption continued to grow, with 74% of sponsors using remote monitoring and 77% of sites embracing eRegulatory software. 

But it’s not enough to know whether other clinical trial organizations are using technology. Sponsors, CROs, and sites deserve to know how well that technology is working, what challenges it creates, and whether it’s solving the problems it promises to. 

In December 2021, 97 sites, sponsors, and CROs completed our State of Clinical Trial Operations survey, providing more than five dozen data points each. We analyzed the data to create our complimentary report with almost 40 pages of insights into clinical trial technology.

But if you want to start your 2022 planning before diving into the full report, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading to discover 7 key trends in clinical operations technology that your clinical trial team needs to know about.

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