|Clinical images have gained importance in clinical trials as they are used to determine the safety of drug or device in clinical trials.
Clinical imaging continues to evolve rapidly in the face of rapidly growing patient volumes and fast-paced technological changes. Clinicians have a formidable array of technologies for visualizing, including magnetic resonance, ultrasound, X-ray, gamma cameras, and computed as well as positron emission tomography and advanced Image Informatics applications. This has resulted into increase in the amount of image data overtime. More than 67% of life science & healthcare data is in the form of Images.
Clinical data is a crucial driving factor. Yet present workflow suffers from significant limitations, which might lead to data loss. Images run the high risk of misplacement, corruption, degradation and misidentification in such an environment. Drug developers expect maximum ROI however present workflow puts the investors at risk of increased research cost and product time to market.
Clinical Trials Image Management Workflow
Optra has built Image Informatics Framework (IIF™) to intelligently address limitations and to harness maximum potential of imaging technology. IIF™ creates a central shared image repository to minimize risk of clinical trial medical images being lost, misplaced, identified incorrectly or corrupted and expedites transfer of images between organizations and reduces labour. It provides real-time access to medical images and imaging metadata and facilitates compliance with complex and frequently changing regulatory requirements. You can now reduce clinical trial costs and speed product time to market by streamlining workflow processes.