Expanding the Ecosystem to Better Serve You
We’ve come to a fork in the road for the future of clinical research: No single vendor can solve for research complexities on its own.
As a result, the industry needs a more standardized, integrated technology ecosystem to truly make the next leap in advancing research. At Advarra, we’re setting on a path to better define and leverage standards to communicate not only across stakeholders, but across different technology and services vendors.
Advarra is excited to announce the Advarra Partner Network, a standardized partnership program designed to extend the research capabilities of Advarra customers and facilitate integration across research technology providers. Comprised of Application Programming Interface (API), Data, and Strategic partnerships, the network formalizes collaborative processes already in place between Advarra and other industry vendors, while offering a blueprint for additional providers to support and collaborate with Advarra’s research community.
Updates From the Consortium
Now consisting of more than 30 member organizations, the Site-Sponsor Consortium continues to address key challenges within secure document exchange, study startup, site selection, and more. In their last meeting on June 2, they:
- Explored how compliance is inherently included in exchanging documents to ensure audit readiness while enhancing efficiency
- Reviewed the initial outline of standardly integrating site and sponsor technology
Deep Dive: The ROI of eRegulatory and eIRB Integration
Compliant, efficient document management during the various clinical trial phases is essential. Yet, a great deal of time is spent managing documents added to different systems for the investigator/institution and the sponsor. And as with any manual process, there’s risk of error. That’s why direct communication and integration between key technology systems like email, electronic institutional review board (eIRB) systems, clinical trial management systems (CTMS), and other eRegulatory (eReg) platforms all contribute to a more efficient and compliant trial.
Expedite Study Startup: Four Strategies to Optimize Site Activation
Learn how organizations can expedite study startup by streamlining site selection, training, ethics review, and site initiation.
Addressing Research Technology Challenges to Gain Sponsor Buy-in
Encouraging site-owned technology platforms enables site staff to produce their best work, increasing the likelihood of a study’s success.
The Rise of the Clinical Research Network: Using Technology to Connect Sites and Sponsors
An integrated approach to the clinical research industry’s technology landscape can improve access and diversity, save time, and better serve patients