After ‘holding its breath’ for nearly half a decade, pharma and health care companies are ready to implement new technology in clinical trials – though data standardization will be key to fully realizing the benefits.
Iqvia today launches its new patient portal, designed to support clinical trial participants throughout the process with a “direct connection to the clinical research environment,” says company executive.
The increasing number of cell and gene therapies in clinical development is evolving the supply chain into a ‘supply cycle,’ says TrakCel CEO, with service providers being called to maintain control under pressure.
Massive Bio is looking to create the world’s largest AI-enabled ‘just-in-time’ oncology site network to accelerate study recruitment – and believes that 15-20% of advanced-stage cancer patients can be enrolled in clinical trials, says CEO.
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Belong.Life raises $14m as part of a Series B funding round with plans to expand its patient engagement platform, using and complementing Iqvia’s solutions “to transform patient engagement,” says Iqvia VP.
Panelist during the opening session of the DIA Annual Meeting last week stressed the need to work collaboratively, bringing patients into the fold as co-creators of clinical trials to ‘create a whole new landscape for research.’