IRT Market Dynamics and Service Provider Benchmarking (2nd edition)

Description

Whatever you used to call it, whatever you call it now, and whatever you will call it in the future, one thing is for sure. The world of eClinical interactive randomization and drug supply services is evolving. Once thought of as a potential liability, IRT systems are now being used to provide value-add capabilities to the management of clinical trials. From the data contained in this report, the IRT industry seems to be in a state of transition from standalone point products to more fully integrated systems that use and feed data into other eClinical systems such as EDC systems, CTMS, and eCOA systems, in addition to managing randomization and drug supply functions. In fact, based on report data, the three most important words in the IRT world are integration, integration, integration.

This report is created such that everyone in the eClinical ecosphere should be able to find valuable information in it.

IRT Market Dynamics

Sponsors:

  • Learn which IRT providers are being most utilized by your peers.
  • Understand which IRT applications are being integrated most often with various EDC, ePRO, and CTMS systems that may already be in place.
  • Forecast what to expect in terms of outsourcing IRT services and the use of preferred providers.
  • Benchmark IRT vendor performance based on data from unbiased assessments.

IRT Service Providers:

  • Benchmark 28 different IRT service providers (including in-house systems) across 20 different attributes based on user experience, which allows providers to gauge their own performance against expectations as well as that of other providers.
  • Gain insight into the integration capabilities of providers’ respective systems by understanding which IRT applications are being integrated with which EDC, ePRO, and CTMS systems.

EDC, ePRO, and CTMS Providers:

  • Gain insight into the integration capabilities of providers’ respective systems by understanding which IRT applications are being integrated with which EDC, ePRO, and CTMS systems.
  • IRT Vendor Selection
  • Outsourcing Trends
  • IRT Vendor Perceptions
  • IRT Vendor Performance
  • Study Data

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IRT Vendor Selection

Primary Section Takeaways
Most Important Selection Criteria
Attributes Growing in Importance
Complexity’s Role in Vendor Selection
Preferred Provider Agreements

Outsourcing Trends

Primary Section Takeaways
IRT Use by Function
In-house vs. Outsourced IRT Use
Future Use of Dedicated IRT Suppliers vs. Integrated Service Companies
Importance of IRT Being Vendor’s Main Service
Desired IRT Improvements

IRT Vendor Perceptions

Primary Section Takeaways
IRT Vendor Leaders
IRT Vendor Usage
IRT Vendor Preference
Reasons for IRT Vendor Preference
Improvement Suggestions for Preferred Vendor

IRT Vendor Performance

Primary Section Takeaways
Figure 1 – Capabilities
Figure 2 – User-friendliness
Figure 3 – Staff Characteristics/Support

Study Data

Vendor Familiarity
IRT Vendor Leaders
IRT Vendor Usage
IRT Vendor Preference
Reasons for IRT Vendor Preference
Reasons for IRT Vendor Preference – by Vendor
Improvement Suggestions for Preferred Vendor
Improvement Suggestions for Preferred Vendor – by Vendor
Selection Criteria
Attributes Growing in Importance
Complexity of Builds
Impact of Complexity on Vendor Selection
Therapeutic Area Experience vs. Complexity Experience Preference
Better Functionality for Sites vs. Better Functionality for Sponsor/CROs Preference
Importance of IRT Being Vendor’s Main Service
Critical Quality Measures for IRT Systems
IRT Use by Function
In-house vs. Outsourced IRT Use
Preferred Provider Agreements
Number of IRT Preferred Providers
Percent of IRT Work Awarded to Preferred Providers
IVR vs. IWR Use
Desired IRT Improvements
Verbatim Responses: Desired IRT Improvements
Future Use of Dedicated IRT Suppliers vs. Integrated Service Companies
Reasons for more IRT Business from Dedicated Suppliers
Verbatim Responses: Reasons for more IRT Business from Dedicated Suppliers
Reasons for more IRT Business from Companies Offering Integrated Services
Verbatim Responses: Reasons for more IRT Business from Companies Offering Integrated Services
Importance of Technology vs. Professional Implementation/ Customization

Vendor Attribute Performance and Integration Capabilities

In-house Developed IRT System
Almac (IXRS, aXcess)
Aris Global agXchange IRT
Avaya
Bioclinica Agile RTSM
Bracket
Cenduit
Criterium TeleDiary
DSG
Endpoint Clinical-Pulse
ePharmaSolutions
Five9 IVR
IBM-Merge Healthcare – IVR/IWR
ICON Flex Advantage
inVentiv Health Clinical IRT
Medidata Balance
Oracle Health Sciences IRT On Demand
PAREXEL Informatics ClinPhone
PPD
Premier Research
S-Clinica
Suvoda IRT
USAN Voicenet
Veeva
Veracity Logic
WCT Smart
Westat Westrax
Y Prime
Performance Across IRT Vendors

Demographics

Company Type
Office Location
Job Title
Therapeutic Area Responsibility
Decision-making Responsibility
Technology Familiarity
Clinical Trial Experience by Phase
Current Clinical Trial Involvement
Clinical Trial Involvement – Past 12 months
Age

Additional information

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