Mastering the Data Game: Research Technology Optimization
Management of research data is often a highly manual and decentralized process that leads to data inconsistencies, and missing documentation. Building a common infrastructure for clinical research technology streamlines processes, reduces redundancies, produces better data quality and supports regulatory mandates. While research organizations may use industry leading or legacy, home-grown and duplicative systems to capture certain elements of information, many of these systems lack fully integrated system-wide solutions for managing research information (Clinical Trial Management Systems, Research Financial Accounting Systems to include Patient Remuneration, Conflicts of Interest and Effort Reporting Systems, Research Administration Systems, Human Subjects Protection Administration Systems, Data Warehouses, and Bio-Banking Systems).
FTI’s Clinical Research Technology Practice, which includes some of the nation’s foremost authorities on research technology, is well positioned to assist clinical research organizations with optimizing their legacy system or guiding their process changes for installation of a new system(s) to optimize integration and minimize and/or avoiding issues with regulatory, reporting and billing organizations.
FTI Consulting industry experts (including former Executive Directors for Clinical Research, Clinical Trials, Human Subjects Protection, and Research Technology from large and well-funded research organizations, Academic Medical Centers and Life Sciences companies) provide a comprehensive array of healthcare research technology related optimization support services including, System Selection and Readiness Support, System Implementation Support, Technology Integration and Compliance Services.