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Sometimes clinical studies don’t go according to plan.
There are three key indicators that a project is at risk: time, quality, and cost. Missing key milestones can delay a study and push timelines further back. Poor site training can result in copious protocol violations, and poor monitoring can lead to missing data. Change order, timeline adjustments, and redoing the same work all negatively impact the bottom line.
Do any of these situations sound familiar when you have worked with other CROs?
If so, it may be time to move forward with a better CRO – one with strong leadership, the ability to define their timeline and scope-of-work, and a proven track record of successfully rescuing studies with established processes and systems.
SynteractHCR has rescued more than 40 studies over the past decade, and many of the biopharma companies we help end up becoming repeat customers. We take a proactive approach to rescue studies, making sure that we have open communication to learn what happened and why the previous study didn’t work out. We establish firm expectations for moving forward by setting timelines, assessing risks for each step, and implementing processes that are required in order to move forward.
Our rescue study process involves:
Weighing whether your study needs to be rescued is not an easy process. View our presentation about result-driven rescue techniques to successfully transition a failing study, or contact us today to learn more about our capabilities.