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What does DBL stand for?

DBL stands for Database Lock

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Stiris clients will benefit from the following: Simplified outsourcing with full-service clinical budgets under one contract, Efficient clinical study implementation with full service under one set of SOPs, Proven expertise in both the data science fields as well as clinical research and site management, Universal obsession with database lock and statistical summary timelines backed by a gold-standard track record, The same flexibility in shaping solutions to create the right solution at the right price.
The session will cover the following topics: * Realizing the benefits of a fully adaptive clinical program (one which utilizes adaptive methodology to improve both design and operations) * Overcoming the four major clinical bottlenecks: enrollment, query management, monitoring costs and database lock * Assessing the technology systems required to implement fully adaptive programs * Reducing risk, cost and timelines: how adaptive methods effect net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR) and the healthcare crisis According to Dr.
Additional benefits of the PDS IVR system include: -- Reduced data entry for site personnel -- Reduced query volume for data managers -- Faster access to the IVR patient diary data for investigators -- More accurate tracking of drug shipments and supplies -- Improved clinical workflow and reduced time to database lock -- Expanded accessibility of patient registration through any system interface -- Centrally randomized patient information using IVR without re-entering eCRF data -- Automatic updating of critical information for patients randomized in the IVR system in a central database With the addition of IVR, PDS full-service EDC offerings encompass EDC, Web Reports, Data Management and integrated IVR to make running clinical trials easier and more efficient.
The study further highlights integrating data and workflows into a core lab can result in improved patient safety, increased productivity, allow faster database locks, enhanced service, greater satisfaction and potential cost savings, all of which are offered by a centralized approach.