Gottlieb Takes Aim At CROs’ ‘Outdated Processes’ In Push For Clinical Trial Digitization
Better use of digital tools to capture – and audit – data can help lower developmental costs, US FDA commissioner says, urging a move away from manual processes ‘perpetuated by entrenched players like contract research organizations that profit off the old ways of doing things.’
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