Integrating Clinical Supply Systems and Outsourced Service Providers - Sponsored Whitepaper

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Pharmaceutical and biotech companies of all sizes are increasingly turning to third parties to execute some or all of their clinical supply activities. There is a need for these companies to control and track these activities in their information systems.

This article addresses the various methods in which the activities of third-party supply contractors and IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System) providers can be integrated into these systems.

The Clinical Supply Organizations (CSO) in today's Pharmaceutical and Biotech companies play a key role in ensuring the success of a clinical trial program by ensuring timely and accurate delivery of clinical materials to the study subjects.

Two important tools that many of these organizations use to achieve these goals are:

1. Effective use of outsourced vendors for the execution of some or all of the clinical supply activities. 2. A strong information management system to initiate, control and track clinical supplies activities through the supply chain.
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