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The reasons to consider changing CROs during a project are wide-ranging:
These shortcomings impact the performance of the study team, resulting in unmet goals.
If the issue involves data quality and deliverables, it is important for the sponsor to have complete data transparency with the rescuing CRO.
This means full visibility of reports and dashboards, along with up-front conversations to set expectations.
In turn, it is vital for the CRO to know the full history of the project. Some of the important factors to know when developing and creating a successful plan forward include:
Collaboration and transparency from both sponsor and CRO will lead to comfort and rapport in the relationship.
A rescued project should be subject to a comprehensive gap analysis and clinical data review:
It is compulsory to have experience understanding and running parallel operations when transitioning CROs. In a well-executed rescue, the new project team gets up and running while the other is temporarily maintained.
Our process continues as follows:
By selecting a well-suited and experienced rescue CRO, a complete adoption of the study emerges in terms of both commitment of the team and quality of the deliverables.