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Flexible IXRS® design supports multiple extension studies

Self-service speeds amendments, saving thousands

In software design, there is typically a trade-off between automation and flexibility; the more automated an Interactive Response Technology (IRT) is in controlling visit schedules, drug assignments and inventory, the less flexibility there is to accommodate new protocols and patient cohorts without incurring additional costs.

This business case describes how Almac Clinical Technologies’ unique solution allows for optimal flexibility without compromising study efficiency – even for trials with umbrella designs and multiple extension studies arising from a number of parent studies. The resulting cost savings are directly attributable to the following:

  • Reducing the number of IRT systems needed
  • Providing a self-service visit schedule design that meets the site need for flexibility and still allows for accurate drug projections
  • Implementing effective drug management/drug pooling strategies
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