Study analyzes factors associated with outsourcing clinical trial activities

Published on September 7, 2013 at 4:29 AM · No Comments

It's no secret that the medical device sector sees emerging markets such as China and Brazil as their best opportunity for top-line growth over the next decade.

But to ensure their expansion into emerging markets, device companies will have to conduct more clinical activities in these high-growth countries so they can market their new products there. While some of the largest device companies have opened or announced plans to locate large research facilities in places like China and India, other organizations are using CROs or establishing small beach-head offices and using local resources.

Outsourcing is one of the tactics clinical leaders are using to expand their clinical programs into emerging markets. To help clinical leadership evaluate their organization's approach to outsourcing clinical activities, research and consulting leader Best Practices, LLC conducted a primary research study that analyzes factors associated with outsourcing clinical trial activities, such as cost, staffing, and quality.

The study, Clinical Affairs Excellence: Benchmarking Clinical Trial Strategies to Ensure Medical Device Success in a Global Marketplace, delivers hard-to-find external benchmarks on medical device clinical programs' presence in emerging markets, activities outsourced, staffing and budgets. Critical research objectives addressed in this study include:

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