The complexity and size of clinical trials has increased dramatically – in parallel with growing costs and mounting regulatory pressures. The introduction of the finalized International Council for Harmonization’s (ICH) addendum to the ICH E6 Guideline for Good Clinical Practice (ICH E6 R2) earlier this year means that organizations across the industry are currently reviewing the update to understand its implications, including assessing the need for revised strategies and operating models.
Journal for Clinical Studies
Steve Young, Chief Operations Officer, CluePoints
The introduction of ICH E6 (R2) this past year has rendered the implementation of risk-based monitoring principles a matter of GCP compliance. While clinical research organizations across the industry are now finally compelled to study the new guidance in order to roll out a compliant RBM strategy, many are still not recognizing the incredible opportunity presented by this paradigm shift.
Wayne, PA – CluePoints, a leading provider of Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) and Data Quality Oversight solutions for clinical trials, has further expanded its Late Phase work in Japan by entering into two new partnerships with global top 20 pharmaceutical companies. The collaborations mark the latest success for CluePoints in the region, with its centralized statistical monitoring (CSM) platform having already been used by the Nagoya University School of Medicine for an eight-year Phase III Stomach Cancer Adjuvant Multi-Institutional Group Trial (SAMIT).