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About this Whitepaper

About this Whitepaper 

In its truest form, automation denotes a process that takes new information as it becomes available, synthesizes it, and makes a decision as to what the appropriate next action should be. Because of the power of this capability, the term automation should be held in much higher regard. But, despite vast opportunities offered by the expansion of automation into care systems, major gaps remain in the infrastructure required to support its widespread introduction. This whitepaper talks about automation in clinical research and explains how a platform for integrated data management can offer an improved infrastructure conducive to automated decision-making.

 

 

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Data Consumers

What are DRPs and how can you identify the best consumers and markets for your data.

 

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Ramifications of Sharing Data

Introduction to the legal landscape and ramifications of sharing aggregated clinical data.

 

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Measuring and Increasing Demand

An overview of strategies and tools for increasing and maintaining demand for your data.

 

"As a revenue model, the DRP approach is particularly appealing for several reasons. First, DRP software can be carefully configured to precisely control when, how, and to whom datasets are distributed. Additionally, as a DRP is a distinct piece of software that plugs into a registry’s primary architecture, this revenue model can be implemented after a registry is established and meeting its primary, internal goals."

 

"Given the significant amount of resources required to build and maintain a quality registry, it is important for anyone considering such an endeavor to question the Return on Investment (ROI) for their organization and/or discipline. However, precisely answering this question can be challenging."