We are currently living in a world where medicine has an answer for just about everything, these answers have meant that we live far beyond what might be our ‘natural’ life expectancy. As anyone who has watched a bit of sci-fi will know, races or beings that replicate by cloning often die out, because making copies of copies of copies leads to degradation of information. The cells in our bodies replicate by copying - division, we make new from old and do pretty well at it for a long time (bar any bad genetics getting in the way).
An Obstructed View of Clinical Data? Looking Back at DIA 2017
30 Jun 2017
This photo, taken from a Wrigley Rooftop at a hosted DIA 2017 event, made me think, “What an interesting analogy for clinical trials… an obstructed view.” (Disclaimer: Before I go on, I must point out that my colleague and I had a lovely time at this event and we are very grateful to our hosts!)
The comparison begins with our gracious hosts who, up until the day of the event, expected they’d have a complete view of the game.
Cmed presents at Clinical Operations in Onocology Trials
29 Jun 2017
DURHAM, NC — June 29, 2017 – Cmed, an innovative, technology-led oncology focused CRO, will present “Move towards more flexible and cost-effective trials. The Power of Technology Driven Applications” at Clinical Operations in Oncology Trials East Coast (11-12 July, 2017, Boston).
Sammie Rivera, an experienced Senior Clinical Project Manager in oncology studies, and now a Senior Client Services Manager, will explore the role of technology in clinical trials and its’ impact on decision making, enabling the immediacy of subject data and reducing trial cost.
Both the Loader and Review apps are part of Cmed’s encapsia® clinical data suite, the first cloud-based suite of apps for the collection, management and analysis of clinical trial data.
The Loader app streamlines the process for third party data uploads. It can be configured with automated transfer rules so that the data can be automatically loaded into the encapsia® database where it can be viewed, reconciled and managed in the Review app.