Adaptive Clinical Systems: Liberating Data from Silos to Accelerate Clinical Trials
Independent vendors are on the rise providing superior solutions for each individual aspect of this eco-system, from medical devices to data management tools. An unfortunate consequence of this multi-vendor environment is a massive fragmentation of data and a pandemic “silo’ing” of vital information. To liberate the data trapped in various silos to accelerate clinical trials, New Jersey-based Adaptive Clinical Systems built from the ground up the Adaptive eClinical Bus® as the first true interoperability platform. “It is a cloud-based iPaaS, specifically engineered to work with the most popular eClinical systems,” explains Sina Adibi, president and CEO of Adaptive Clinical Systems. CTMS, eCOA, EDC, Medical Imaging, IRT, and analytical/data visualization are some of the many systems with which the service integrates, proving that it can be beneficial for all stake holders in a typical clinical trial.
In conjunction with its integral Adaptive Rules Engine, the eClinicalBus allows for the real-time exchange of data across disparate systems from different eClinical vendors. The modular architecture enables a rapid, user-friendly setup. Its high level of component reuse helps COOs to codify operational processes and to utilize them again as canned procedures leveraging the eClinical Bus’ drag-and-drop interface.
As there can be uncertainties during the drug development lifecycle, the pay-as-you-go business model allows for a predictable cost structure for CFOs that want to utilize the Adaptive eClinical Bus. Clients need not be concerned about a significant capital investment upfront.
“Our partners have reinforced our market value in that they rely on us to deliver a cohesive solution to their important customers,” says Adibi, who has over 25 years of experience in healthcare and life sciences informatics and business process outsourcing. The company’s messaging has resonated well with CROs and specialty companies like Core Laboratories where improving on their data quality and reliability through interoperability have been top of mind for the data managers. In the ever-evolving pharma industry, Adaptive Clinical has benefitted from staying nimble. As pioneers of cloud-based electronic data capture, the company leveraged that to offer controlled medical vocabularies in an open-source model, followed by providing true interoperability with EMRs and EHRs.
“In the coming months, we are finalizing our 2019 go-to-market strategy leveraging new channels and addressing the pain points and needs of our constituency,” says Adibi. As the established vendor of record for attaining true interoperability, the company will expand its partners’ portfolio through establishing strategic relationships with new and emerging EHRs/ EMRs, eClinical vendors, as well as manufacturers of medical devices and medical monitoring wearables. Adaptive Clinical will continue to participate and work closely with industry-wide consortia and regulatory task forces to promote and establish interoperability as a requirement for drug discovery.