Health Research

Today the development of a single drug can take up to 15 years and cost over $1 billion. This creates an urgent need to expedite drugs’ benefits to patients in a safe and cost-effective manner. The extensive process to take a drug from bench-to-bedside is currently driven by paper-based processes, causing redundant efforts, disconnected stakeholders, and regulatory burdens. Information technology can shorten the time span, streamlining processes and collaboration and lowering the overall cost of the clinical drug development lifecycle.

EMED offers informatics solutions across all phases of medical research including clinical research, translational research, comparative effectiveness research, and personalized medicine. EMED pioneers approaches to research including its thought leadership and medical and clinical informatics solutions. Thought Leadership Informatics EMED is at the forefront of developing and delivering mobile, web-based monitoring solutions and ontology-powered knowledge management analytics tools. Our products and services provide review of current research and operational data, helping build new insights into the data to achieve new drug formulation and mechanisms for time-to-market reductions, ability to target new molecular targets, and improved regulatory compliance and quality management. We help clients derive new insights into their existing organizational knowledge so that research and operations are more efficient and productivity is enhanced. Medical and clinical informatics EMED teams with academic and research organizations to jointly develop the research and development projects. Together, we develop programs where medical informatics are applied directly to clinical settings, resulting in more accurate patient outcome evaluations. Using EMED's medical informatics product suite, organizations are able to conduct translational research, comparative effectiveness research, and personalized medicine on large patient populations to determine optimal treatments, drug and cost performance.

Medical and Clinical Informatics

CTIS teams with academic and research organizations to jointly develop research and development projects through government funded grants. Together, we develop programs where medical informatics are applied directly to clinical settings, resulting in more accurate patient outcome evaluations. Using CTIS' TrialBridge medical informatics product suite, organizations are able to conduct translational research, comparative effectiveness research and personalized medicine on large patient populations to determine optimal treatments, drug efficacies, and cost performance.

With over 20 years of experience working with various research organizations, CTIS has developed a deep understanding of the processes and requirements. We have applied this knowledge by defining, designing, developing, and deploying proven solutions that focus on the delivery of information to the Clinical Trial and Research Management (CTRM) stakeholders. CTIS custom designed the four-layer CTRM solution that has benefited thousands of patients at the NIH in the areas of cancer, HIV/AIDS, heart, lung, and blood.

Our solutions will facilitate collaboration, increase efficacy, and shorten the bench-to-beside timeframes and costs. These solutions have been validated through the following:

An Office of Management and Budget (OMB) report showed a more than 250% return on investment to the government
Improved the trial time from Letter of Intent to Activation by 53%
Reduced Organizational Redundancy by 20%
Increased Process Efficiency by 27%
 
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