Clinical Conductor Adds CTMS Features to Facilitate Dynamic Research

April 14, 2015
Applied Clinical Trials Editorial Staff

Applied Clinical Trials

The team behind Clinical Conductor CTMS recently debuted new functionality that allows healthcare organizations to better manage adaptive and dynamic clinical research that is becoming more relevant in the industry every year.

The team behind Clinical Conductor CTMS recently debuted new functionality that allows healthcare organizations to better manage adaptive and dynamic clinical research that is becoming more relevant in the industry every year. 

This quarter, the development team has added unique features including:

· Budget snapshots for better financial management and negotiations with sponsors

· The ability for organizations to create multiple charge masters

· Protocol versioning – where organizations can create new versions of a protocol and more easily handle amendments that occur

All of these features help solve an existing problem in research where technology can sometimes be lacking: flexibility. Since research is continuously changing, researchers and managers need technology capable of providing the granular data they need to remain profitable and produce high quality clinical research.

 

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