2021 Clinical Research Trial Trends
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2021 Clinical Research Trial Trends

By Stacey Smith, Pharma Tech Outlook | Wednesday, January 06, 2021

Clinical trial sites must build technologies and strategies for digitizing data, maximizing patient support, and providing value to donors in this environment.

FREMONT, CA: The pharmaceutical market is projected to grow to 1.5 trillion dollars by 2023; even without an evolving clinical trial environment due to the 2020 events, planning for the next five years is crucial to site progress. Therefore, every research leader and clinical site staff would benefit from a strong eye on developments that will affect clinical trials.

Collaborative Sponsor-Site Studies

Building on a strong and robust Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) suite can allow a platform to provide full data sets of reliable, actionable information so that sponsors can better see the added benefits one offers to their bottom line.

Increased implementation of Adaptive and Remote Study Models

Clinical research sites must adopt various innovations that make remote testing feasible to draw on all the opportunities that these trials have to bring. Adaptive and remote trials cannot be successfully carried out without CTMS and eClinical technologies supplying a site with versatility and complex results.

Personalized Medicine

Precision drug use is proving to be much more successful in curing illness, but there are difficulties in this field, given the reduced scope of trials vs. conventional trial designs. In response, clinical research leaders must be willing to assist sponsors in addressing niche communities' needs.

Digital Revolution

As occurs in any sector, healthcare is evolving because of the digital culture. Clinical trial sites must build technologies and strategies for digitizing data, maximizing patient support, and providing value to donors in this environment.

Blockchain Platform

Sites would need to leverage this peer-to-peer mechanism to improve their recruiting and retention activities. The opportunity to provide on-going, two-way communications will allow optimized site operations and prospects when they hire for 2021 studies. Sponsors are expected to look for aligned skills if they grant trial work over the next year and beyond.

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