Technology revolution has always been at the core of human development. Technology disruption has seen many industries change, transform and become better. Those not able to keep up the pace have been left behind and never looked back upon. We have experienced significant technological inventions in the last five years and which have made big cooperates to re-think their strategy.
Though clinical trials have been laggards of sorts to adapt to these fast-paced changes, pharma companies now sense the technology revolution around the corner, in fact knocking right at their doors. They have started seeing the advantages that these transformations bring to their outcome of bringing novel therapies to patients as early as possible.
Welcome to the age where digital transformation, process automation, robotic and intelligent automation, IoT are buzz words. The key is to visualize critical outcomes being achieved with these new technologies.
I am starting this journey of writing about how clinical trials conduct influenced by the digital transformation would impact current ways, means and methods of managing clinical trials data.