Life Science Companies Pursue Analytics in Clinical Studies to Drive Performance

Archived Published: 18 October 2012 ID: G00231927


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A growing number of life science companies are investing in analytics that reveal insights into clinical study performance and what actions they can take to drive cost, quality and speed improvements. This research explores best practices for driving more effective and efficient results.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Analysis
    • Layer the Clinical Informatics Architecture Based on the Level of Decision Making and the Need for Current Information
    • Prioritize High-Leverage Process Areas Where Analytics Can Drive Data Quality, Cost or Speed Improvements
    • Develop Experts at Clinical Processes and Decisions to Drive Innovation Across the Clinical Study Environment
    • Leverage Simulation and Scenario Planning to Evaluate Options
  • Recommended Reading
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