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Best Practices in Study Feasibility

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Posted on: 09 Aug 17

LONDON, Aug.8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the primary challenges to successfully completing a clinical study is estimating the medical, clinical, logistical, and regulatory feasibility of the trial.

Within the clinical trial feasibility process, sponsors, CROs and sites evaluate the possibility of conducting a clinical trial within a specific geographic region with the overall objective of completing the project with targeted patients and within defined timelines and costs.

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Thorough feasibility analyses that implement best practices will assist sponsors in delivering successful site start-ups and trials with data from the right patients while finishing on-time and on-budget. ISR gathered opinions from key stakeholders—sponsors, CROs and sites—to identify the best practices within the feasibility analysis process.

REPORT OVERVIEW
One of the primary challenges to successfully completing a clinical study is estimating the medical, clinical, logistical, and regulatory feasibility of the trial. Within the clinical trial feasibility process, sponsors, CROs and sites evaluate the possibility of conducting a clinical trial within a specific geographic region with the overall objective of completing the project with targeted patients and within defined timelines and costs.

Thorough feasibility analyses that implement best practices will assist sponsors in delivering successful site start-ups and trials with data from the right patients while finishing on-time and on-budget. ISR gathered opinions from key stakeholders—sponsors, CROs and sites—to identify the best practices within the feasibility analysis process.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
• The percentage of trials that require a feasibility analysis and whether the analysis is conducted in-house or outsourced
• Objectives for conducting a feasibility analysis, the data sources utilized and site selection strategies
• Awareness of feasibility analysis service providers, frequency of use and how well providers performed with respect to client expectations

How you can use this report
• Implement the top techniques and innovations identified by sponsors and CROs for conducting a feasibility analysis
• Improve the accuracy of your own feasibility analyses by learning which characteristics and activities contribute to a predictive feasibility estimate
• Understand the potential value to be gained by engaging a specialized feasibility analysis firm under specific circumstances

FOR PHARMA
Compare feasibility analysis practices with industry peers to identify areas to improve the accuracy of internal and/or outsourced estimations as well as satisfaction with service providers

FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS
Refine your company's approach to conducting feasibility analyses by implementing the top techniques, innovations and best practices identified by the industry

MAJOR SECTIONS:
1. Facilitators & Barriers to Feasibility Analysis Success
2. Specialized Feasibility Analysis Firms Market Overview
3. Feasibility Analysis Service Provider Performance
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Editor's Details

Mike Wood
PharmiWeb.com
www.pharmiweb.com
editor@pharmiweb.com

Last updated on: 09/08/2017

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