Despite careful preparation, unforeseen issues can arise in the course of a clinical trial.
Sometimes it’s a matter of resource shortages, either internal or external. Other times it’s the derailment of a study timeline due to the need for additional clinical services that are necessary but unaccounted for at the start of a project. It can even be as simple as another contracted party becoming unable to fulfill on expectations.
Whatever the case, it’s nearly impossible to plan for every possible factor that could disrupt the course of a clinical trial – and sometimes despite the best laid plans, a trial finds itself in need of a rescue party.
Getting Your Clinical Research On Course
Whether you are experiencing issues in your current study with regard to compliance, quality, resources and/or timelines, ACM Global Laboratories offers a comprehensive rescue service for any aspect of your clinical trial – no matter the stage.
The Rescue Team at ACM will conduct a thorough review of your current study to develop a customized plan to course correct, with a careful focus on the quality and expertise your study demands.
Analyzing the Cause and Implementing Success
The Rescue Team will review the core issue(s), conduct a root cause analysis, assess the management of vendors and review all necessary data in assembling a corrective and preventative plan to ensure your goals are met.
Overview of Our Approach
These are the steps we take with each rescue study.
Why Choose ACM to Rescue Your Study
You wouldn’t navigate the open waters with a broken compass, so don’t trust your rescue study to just any central lab. Choose the lab with a global footprint and decades of successful clinical trial and rescue study experience. Choose a lab that values flexibility, communication, and transparency – a lab that will be honest and accountable.
No one wants to find themselves in need of a rescue study, but nevertheless these things can and do happen. When they do, ACM is ready and able to provide the highest level of guidance with a personal approach, to ensure that your study gets back on track quickly and efficiently.