Towards an efficient and optimal clinical trial process...
Within clinical research and trials, efficiency is an aspect that has had little attention compared to other business activities. Many believe that striving for a high efficiency within clinical trials might affect the quality, integrity and/or security of data and processes. In the end it might even compromise the care and health of patients. However, with the ever increasing health costs, it is becoming more and more important that we look at the efficiency of our business processes and see how we can use our resources in a more optimal way.
At ClinLine, we are convinced that it is possible to obtain a higher efficiency and at the same time to maintain the quality and integrity of clinical trials and corresponding data and processes. This can only be done by combining your business goals and vision with optimal processes, optimal technical architecture, quality requirements and optimal human interaction.
By looking at these different aspects as a complete system, the best and most efficient and effective process can be defined and implemented. Our mission is to support CROs, pharmaceutical and device companies in this process. We do this together with our extensive knowledge of data science, data engineering and real-world data and in close collaboration with our partners.
ClinLine was founded in 2018 by Berber Snoeijer.
She started in clinical research in 1997 as a junior biometrician and has since then worked with clinical data in different positions. In 2001 she started a CRO, Biometric Support, aiming at the data management, data analysis and reporting of clinical trials. After selling this CRO, she switched in 2011 to work as an R&D manager dedicated to investigate and utilize the potential of real-world data from electronic health records. This resulted in many different solutions including a full reporting system to give feedback information to healthcare caregivers. For efficient processes and use of the data, she experienced and used the skills of technical (software and database) engineering, process engineering, efficient data utilization, appreciative inquiry and management drives.
Nowadays, she uses these skills and knowledge to assess, design and improve business solutions and processes on smaller and larger scale. She has an chairing role in the PHUSE real-world evidence working group and acts as a product owner in the TransCelerate Digital Data Flow project.
Our approach depends on your request. However, there are a few general principles that we believe are crucial for succes:
- Understand the need behind the initial request to fully grasp the landscape into which the solution should fit.
- Any solution, whether it is technical, procedural or aimed to improve interactions between people, has to acknowledge the current situation and investments that need to be done to implement it. There is no one size fits all strategy.
- Governance of management AND people on the working floor are crucial to succesfully implement any solution.
For more specific questions and requests, you are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.