What is a CTMS?
A Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) is a software system used to manage all operational data involved with the conduct of clinical trials. The use of a CTMS provides for easy, efficient and secure organization of this data in a centralized location so trials can run more smoothly.
- What’s in a CTMS?
- How Much Does a CTMS Cost?
- 6 Benefits of a Clinical Research Management System
- 5 Questions to Ask Before Selecting a Clinical Trial Management System
- 3 Questions for Evaluating CTMS Vendors
- Case Studies: Switching to a New Enterprise Research System
- Selecting a CTMS: Steps to Find the Right System for your Dedicated Research Site
- An Easier Go-Live: 4 Questions to Ask Before Implementing Your CTMS
- I Purchased My CTMS… Now What?
- Implementing Your CTMS: Essential Steps to Get You Started
Learn how an eRegulatory-CTMS integration can improve workflows and bring additional benefits to your institutional research operations.
Learn tips and best practices to ensure the greatest impact when expanding your use of the technology across your research enterprise.
Creating processes that result in accurate, timely and complete data are invaluable when implementing or optimizing a CTMS. Here are a few tips to achieve your goals.
Learn how a CTMS can help you beat these common struggles and increase productivity at your clinical research site.
Discuss these questions with your CTMS vendor to speed up the implementation process and increase the effectiveness of your new system.
In this webinar, Abby Ehringer, Director of Training at Forte, will explain role-based strategies for personalizing end-user software training. She will offer suggestions based on techniques Forte trainers use in their “Train the Trainer” course, and share her experience using role-based approaches.
Protocol calendars drive a wide array of study-related activity for teams throughout your organization. To keep your study startup processes on track and ensure quality calendars, it’s important to optimize your calendar-building staff and your processes.
Your institution invests significant resources in implementing new enterprise software. A fully-staffed core team is key to ensuring a return on that investment.