Randomization and Clinical Trial Supply
In clinical trials, is there any task more important than ensuring the right treatment gets to the right subject at the right time? Achieving this weighty objective is typically a massive undertaking requiring dedicated professionals who understand the myriad roadblocks that can prevent that desired outcome. Challenges have compounded as studies have simultaneously increased their geographical coverage, grown in complexity and taken budget cuts. Regulatory change, disasters (natural and man-made), labor unrest and so forth all stand in the way of timely treatments.