Centralize Feasibility for Your Entire Organization
Private Networks allow trial planners to create disease-specific networks that consolidate analytics related to all centers and investigators engaged with their organization.
These networks also facilitate long-term relationships with centers.
Private Networks are only accessible within an organization and are highly scalable for large organizations. Information flow is structured and standardized so that different team members can leverage the work done across the globe and over time. In addition, the platform adapts quickly to new scientific, regulatory, or operational requirements.
In essence, private networks preserve your institutional feasibility knowledge and relationships.
Build Long-Term Relationships with Centers
Private Networks provide the ingredients for trial planners and their organization to build strong, mutually beneficial relationships with research centers.
For example, Private Networks can be used for:
Gathering investigator feedback during protocol development
Encouraging centers to adopt sponsor SOPs, master agreements, payments systems, and other features that speed study start time
Enabling sponsors to stay up-to-date with changes at the center and investigator level, including changes in staffing, mergers/acquisitions, etc
Enabling communication with all research centers - or groups of them - all at once
Customize Your Private Network
Private networks offer a high degree of customization, including the ability to:
Have separate networks with control over the degree of overlap in those networks
Control visibility of participation status to other visitors of the ViS platform, facilitating discussion among participating members
Carry out ongoing and blinded benchmarking inside networks, which encourages research centers to gain a new capability
Enable centers to request membership in the sponsor network (at no cost to them)
Enhance Your Private Network
Organizations also have access to advanced private network features, including:
An internal profile which lists registered users, engaged centers, networks, trial portals, lists, and digital products licensed by the organization
Availability of custom data integration, to overlay internal sponsor performance and quality data about centers and investigators.