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Global Survey Finds CROs Undergoing Major Changes to Speed Clinical Trials

Contract research organizations (CROs) are making significant progress in advancing the industrywide move to improve clinical trial performance, according to the Veeva 2019 Unified Clinical Operations Survey: Annual CRO Report, one of the largest-ever surveys of clinical operations professionals globally. The findings from Veeva Systems (NYSE:VEEV) reveal that CROs are eliminating manual processes and modernizing key areas of clinical trial execution to enhance partner collaboration and improve study performance.


Streamlining Trial Collaboration


All CROs surveyed cite the need to streamline information exchange among study partners. Today, CROs share trial data and documents with sponsors and sites in multiple ways, many of which are manual. Email is CROsa?? primary method to exchange information with sites and sponsors, and most still use paper shipments and file shares.


CROs say the state of information exchange causes major challenges with tracking and reporting (71%), misfiled or missing documents (59%), and a host of other issues that limit collaboration and compliance.


As a result, CROs are initiating change to simplify information exchange with study partners, which they expect to yield significant benefits, including reduction in manual processes (77%), streamlined collaboration (65%), improved study quality (64%), and faster study execution (64%).
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