4 lessons learned from conducting virtual trials: A sit-down with Iqvia

By Melissa Fassbender contact

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It’s a lot more complicated than a simple technology – says Iqvia global head of virtual trials, who shares four lessons learned during a discussion at the company’s headquarters in Research Triangle Park.

Josh Rose is the Vice President of Clinical Development Strategy and Innovation, and the Global Head Virtual Trial Operations at Iqvia.

To discuss the company’s lessons learned from conducting virtual trials, Outsourcing-Pharma went to the source and sat down with Rose at Iqvia’s headquarters in Durham, NC.

Speaking to the complexity of running a trial with this model, Rose said “being cutting edge is not enough.” ​It’s important to start early, “embed virtual thinking into your protocol,” ​he added, addressing four key areas to keep in mind.

For the full discussion, watch the video above.

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