Ajay Sadhwani

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Don't Settle for Poor Data Management Quality

Posted by Ajay Sadhwani on Oct 8, 2020 6:08:34 AM

Is your current data management provider struggling? Perhaps they are under resourced, have antiquated SOPs, use cumbersome systems, or are simply not a good fit for your team and culture. All these items contribute to poor quality either overtly or more subtly by revealing themselves at, unfortunately, the wrong time.

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Topics: Data Management, Quality Assurance, biometrics, clinical trials, rescue studies

FSP for All

Posted by Ajay Sadhwani on Aug 25, 2020 6:43:05 PM

As resource forecasting for 2021 commences, it is a good time to visit existing resourcing models to ensure they can satisfy the demands of your development pipeline. One model worthy of consideration in a variety of areas is the Functional Sourcing Model (FSP). While FSP is traditionally thought of as applicable to companies with large programs and pipelines, it is increasingly being used by smaller companies who want the same benefits afforded by the FSP model which include: risk mitigation via tighter control over operational processes, consistency, scalability and flexibility in resource management, and cost controls on clinical trial conduct.

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Topics: clinical trial, fda, Clinical Research, Biotech, Pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, FSP

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