It’s an exciting, yet challenging time. Technology innovations in the clinical research industry open up a world of data for researchers and the ability to collect it faster. It’s all good news—better accuracy, more data-driven decisions and improved treatment for patients. But there’s also a big challenge: how to minimize risk and at the same time efficiently operationalize new approaches.
To find out what clinical research professionals think, Advanced Clinical conducted a 2017 survey to learn about adoption—big data, wearables and other new technology.
A new report, The Balancing Act: Innovation with Minimum Risk and Maximum Efficiency, offers these discoveries and more:
High interest in big data but incorporation still premature
Use of wearable technology—it’s here, more to come
Most impactful innovation—cell-based immunotherapy
The greatest threat to innovation—talent shortage
Ready for a deeper dive and practical tips on how to prepare?