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How Technology is Revolutionizing eClinical Platforms

An academic article published on npj Digital Medicine shows that mobile technologies like smartphones, smartwatches, implantables, and similar are becoming more ubiquitous in clinical research. Sixty-seven percent of these technologies were categorized as wearable sensors. This can only mean that technological adoption in the healthcare sector is high because they make it easier for researchers and clinicians to draw information from patients and subjects. However, hardware is not the only […]

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Gateway to China

The drug regulatory authority of China – National Medical Product Administration (NMPA, formerly CFDA) has recently implemented a possibility to report Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) through an XML-file submission. Flex Databases Pharmacovigilance system users are already able to do so. There are two general ways of reporting to the regulator – manual submissions through the website and automated gateway submissions. To submit files manually, the company has to register on […]

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TOP-5 things to do in Philadelphia

BIO 2019 is approaching at Philadelphia, PA. If you are planning to visit – here’s our little guide! Since most of us are clinical trials professionals, and we have some deep feelings for medicine-related things, the first place we recommend is The Mütter Museum. Medical history tells itself from a different perspective of medical abnormalities, not the one we all used to – guides describe it as “creepy, but clinical”. […]

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Game of Clinical Trials

Pick up your emblem and motto and join us in the never-ending process of making new safe and efficient drugs to save the world!  

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10 best clinical trial memes

We’ve selected our top-10 favorite memes about clinical trials industry – even though we all work in a serious environment, it never hurts to have fun once in a while. Also a hint for those, who want to know places to share a laugh with industry colleagues – check out Clinical Research Memes community on Facebook, we think it’s a hilarious place!    

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Shared vendor audit to save resources? Why not?

Since clinical trials are extraordinarily expensive and addendum to ICH GCP E6 R2 recommends to “encourage implementation of improved and more efficient approaches to clinical trial design, conduct, oversight, recording and reporting”, as well as to use risk-based approach when planning the activities in clinical trials, industry must move forward and utilize efficient procedures in any possible area. One of the ways to optimize is shared audit. Shared audit is […]

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The scope of the #SCOPE2019

10th Annual SCOPE Summit was held on 18 – 21 February in Orlando, Florida. If you have missed it for any reason, we are here to fill you in! Usually, all the insights we gather through an event are of two kinds: current industry problems and upcoming trends. This time we begin with Problems. Main problems raised: Study speed (study start-up, site selection, patients enrollment, etc.) Study cost Data Bulk […]

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Essentials of ICH GCP E6 R2: infographic

Good Clinical Practice is not only an industry standard – it is one of the core documents of our company, all of our modules are made in accordance with GCP. Interested? Request a demo via form on top of the page or drop us an e-mail to bd@flexdatabases.com

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How to stop worrying and start working in clinical trials

A few months ago, I left my three years lasted marketing job in the automotive industry and started a new exciting journey at Flex Databases, that creates software for clinical trials. Hard start in the clinical research world From my interviews and some research, I knew that clinical research is a complex thing, so during my notice period, I decided to start learning. Good Clinical Practice became my very first […]

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Pharmacovigilance in China: infographic

Looking for a pharmacovigilance software? Check our solution, request a demo or drop us an e-mail to bd@flexdatabases.com

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