Clinical randomization technology is a critical part of all research because it removes or minimizes bias. Without bias removal, research conclusions would not have the same relevance as they do now. Randomization is especially significant for clinical trials because they are used for testing treatments.
Pharmaceuticals rely on clinical randomization to prove that the drugs and treatments developed are safe for the masses to use. Without safety assurance, these drugs or treatments would never receive approvals for commercial or non-commercial use.
Clinical Randomization Systems
The bid to improve randomization led to the development of clinical randomization software. This technology is now used to randomize patient enrolment, drug assignment, and inventory management to reduce any chance of bias.
The term used to refer to randomization technology in clinical trials is Interactive Response Technology (IRT).
What does Clinical Randomization Software Do?
The main purpose of IRT systems is to connect randomization and drug supply management. The system’s responsibility is to manage material distribution to all research locations with maximum randomization.
Therefore, the systems factor in all the parameters into their algorithm and work out complex arrangements that ensure there is no bias in drug supply. The success and approval of research hinges entirely on how well the trial’s IRT performs its role.
Clinical PURSUIT’s Interactive Clinical Randomization Solution (IRT)
Clinical PURSUIT has been at the forefront of developing technologically advanced solutions for clinical trial management. Our Interactve clinical randomization technology (IRT) allows automation for randomization and drug supply management, using intelligent algorithms to optimize distribution.
Our IRT system also comes with a user-friendly dashboard for researchers to help them review shipment information and make order adjustments when required.
Please get in touch with our team if you are interested in our Clinical Randomization solution and want to learn more about it. Our team looks forward to your queries, and we will respond to them as soon as possible.