- Checkpoint Inhibitors
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma (CCRCC)
- Clinical Research
- Clinical Research or Study Coordinator (CRC)
- Clinical Study Build
- Clinical Trial
- ClinOps (Clinical Operations)
- Colon cancer
- Companion Diagnostics CDx
- Concomitant Medication
What is Centralized Monitoring? Central monitoring is a unique approach of monitoring clinical trial data that involves the collation of data from all trial sites in a remote, central location, where it is evaluated by sponsor personnel or representatives. This may involve teams that include clinical monitors, data managers, and statisticians.
What Functions do Central Monitoring Teams Fulfill?
- Source data verification.
- Review trial status.
- Monitor for any increased risks to patient safety.
- Ensure data quality, completion, and compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Identify trends and outliers in trial data.
- Facilitate communication and collaboration with other research team members and stakeholders for decision-making based on data.
What are the benefits of Centralized Monitoring?
- Real time identification of risks
- Increased efficiency and data accuracy
- Decreased cost
Source: Malia, J. (2019, November 19). The Value of Centralized Monitoring. SOCRA Blog. Retrieved July 11, 2022, from https://www.socra.org/blog/the-value-of-centralized-monitoring/