Many clinical trial sponsors use interactive response technology (IRT) to manage patient enrollment, randomization, and drug supply activity during their studies. That trend has shone the spotlight on the importance of proper user acceptance testing (UAT) of the IRTs used to support these studies. For many sponsors, partnering with a third party for UAT services provides the most effective way to reduce IRT-related risks and ensure the testing process helps to maintain data integrity, prioritize patient safety, and keep the trial on track.
This guide can help you effectively partner with a UAT provider that is just as committed to your success as you are. It reviews the challenges of using IRT in clinical trials, along with best practices that can help you forge a strong relationship with your UAT provider and enjoy a smooth, successful testing experience.
Download the guide to learn:
- The evolving requirements for UAT, including how the GAMP 5 framework affects clinical trial testing
- Best practices for partnering with a UAT provider, such as:
- Clarify roles and responsibilities
- Align on expectations
- Understand the UAT provider’s methodology
- Define the process for addressing study changes