The 2015 edition of ISR’s Risk-based Monitoring Market Assessment captures a view of those in the market who have or who plan to adopt RBM in addition to or as an alternative to the traditional 100% Source Data Verification (SDV) monitoring model. Within this report, the reader will learn if and how the benefits of RBM have out-weighted its risks, how RBM has changed staffing models, the experience of firms that have adopted RBM, and the expectations of firms planning to adopt the approach.
- The benefits of adopting RBM compared to the risks
- How RBM changes staffing models and operating procedures
- The overall experience of firms that have adopted RBM
- Which phases and therapeutic areas are currently or planning to use RBM in clinical trials
- The expectations of firms planning to adopt the approach
- Which companies are recognized as leaders in RBM adoption and use
- Main barriers that prevent companies from adopting risk-based monitoring
- Plan for RBM adoption based on lessons learned from firms that have already adopted RBM
- Make strategic decisions based on study site and drug supply chain impact
- Plan for potential cost impact with RBM adoption
- Compare in-house vs. outsourced tools for RBM trials
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