For today’s episode of the People Always, Patients Sometimes podcast we interviewed Jim Kremidas, the executive director at the Association of Clinical Research Professionals. A veteran of Eli Lilly and Company for over two decades, Jim has a great deal of experience in the field of clinical trials – specifically regarding patient recruitment and retention. … Continue reading Jim Kremidas, Association of Clinical Research Professionals
Part 2 of our conversation with Craig Lipset continues on the People Always, Patients Sometimes podcast. We look ahead to the future for clinical trials, pharmaceutical drug development, and, Craig himself. We asked him how the patient role in drug development has changed over time and where he sees it trending in the next five years.
Spencer Health Solutions, Inc., a leader in home-based healthcare technology, today announced the launch of its new podcast series People Always, Patients Sometimes.
Our guest for the inaugural People Always, Patients Sometimes podcast is Craig Lipset the former head of clinical innovation at Pfizer.
On today's People Always, Patients Sometimes podcast we’ll hear from Ken Getz, founder and chairman of CISCRP.
We are on the cusp of breaking through the obstacles to advancing clinical trials through digital platforms and technologies.
USA Today published an article on wearable devices that addressed a real concern for physicians. Wearable devices can provide a lot of data but clinicians don’t know what to do with it.
Patients now have more input in the drug development process and more opportunities to share their experiences to help get promising therapies to market.
We created an infographic that really brings home the dramatic impact that non-adherence can have on a clinical trial.
Eye for Pharma hosted a webinar moderated by CEO Paul Simms with the topic Patient-Preferred Trials. Twitter curation by @GetSocialHealth