Site selection can affect a study’s timeline, budget and data quality. The need to choose sites again for each new study is often time-consuming and inefficient. Moreover, the increase in the number of clinical trials as well as the different exclusion and inclusion criteria across trials have created challenges for selecting sites that perform well. Global site networks can effectively address these concerns, by providing access to multiple experienced sites within a single network, providing cost savings through reduction of the total number of sites used and recruitment of a large volume of patients.
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- What is a site network?
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