Defining “evidence generation” within modern clinical trials
Medable has always been, at its core, a platform that enables clinical trial sponsors to collect data and generate evidence to answer scientific questions.
But from the start, Medable has done things differently. Today, the flexibility, purpose, and build of Medable’s evidence-collection platform is what sets us apart from others in our space.
Taking eCOA technology deployment off the critical path
Within the context of clinical trials, the "critical path" refers to the sequence of activities, tasks, or events that, if delayed or extended, would directly impact the overall timeline for the trial.
These essential steps and dependencies must be completed in a specific order to ensure the trial stays on schedule. Any delay in the critical path can potentially lead to a delay in the entire trial, affecting its completion date and potentially increasing costs. Identifying and managing the critical path is crucial for efficient trial management and timely delivery of treatments to patients.
For a simpler example, take a look at how Monday.com describes the critical path within the context of building a house and their visual aid in Exhibit 2. “For example, if you’re building a house, the critical path might include digging the foundations, building the walls, and installing the roof. If any of these critical activities fall behind schedule the whole project gets delayed.”
Amplifying Evidence with Unified Clinical Trial Data Collection
Join us for a discussion about how combining a unified clinical trial data collection platform with intelligent automation can revolutionize drug development and why the current status quo is no longer sufficient. With novel capabilities, the industry can now explore new possibilities, such as incorporating additional sensors to identify surrogate or alternative endpoints, rethinking adaptive trial designs, and quickly responding to emerging data.