Randomization and Trial Supply Management (RTSM)
Randomize with ease
Remove complexity of randomization to increase efficiency and contain study costs with iMednet Randomization. The cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) solution can be configured rather than programmed to meet the specific needs of a study making it quick and easy to randomize. The native module allows for even the tightest of timelines – users can simply login and randomize a patient in less than one minute.
Quickly adapt to varying requirements
iMednet Randomization supports a wide range of variance and complexity in clinical trials, including varying levels of stratification, block ratios, block quantities and number of cohorts and sub-cohorts. The native module enables you to deploy simple and complex schemas with full blinding functionality, while also controlling when sites are able to perform randomization. The platform is flexible enough to allow your clinical research team to leverage its expertise, rather than being forced to fit into a rigid platform.
Seamlessly drive patient treatment path
As part of a comprehensive eClinical solution, iMednet Randomization is completely seamless within the broader platform. After a patient is randomized, the treatment path and follow-up plan are dynamically updated in real-time and highly visible in the same platform via the patient record page.
Streamline trial supply management
iMednet Trial Supply Management makes it easy to manage research product inventory, including auto assignments, auto resupply, manual requests, shipments, tracking and reporting. The native module is completely seamless with the broader platform, providing complete visibility to inventory from shipment to receipt at site to patient assignment. Multiple inventory catalogs are supported, and the module enables optional use of automated resupply by block, quantity of investigational product type.
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