Signs you're ready to optimize your Clinical Supply Chain Management

  • Sample reconciliation is a challenge
  • Samples are often miscollected, lost, or spoil in transit
  • Your lab kitting vendors struggle to deliver
  • Supply chain problems are impacting study execution
  • You’ve opened a box of clinical supplies that has expired within the last 12 months
  • Your research study is over budget

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Inconsistent processes lead to inconsistent results. This can make it difficult to normalize, reconcile, and harmonize data from different sources, ultimately reducing the validity and usability of the data.

This means:

  • You’re over budget
  • Timelines are delayed
  • Unhappy stakeholders
  • Compliance is at stake

Slope’s goal is to make ClinOps boring.

Boring means:

  • Research studies are finished on time and within budget
  • Better clinical research data integrity
  • Automated ordering and tracking of clinical supplies
  • A traceable chain of custody for every biological specimen
  • Software-guided workflows

What this mean for clinical research sponsors:

  • Reduced costs
  • Increased visibility
  • Increased subject retention
  • Trial deadlines met
  • Improved probability of a successful trial

Slope is free for clinical research sites

Increasingly complex clinical research study designs are requiring up to 70% more biological samples to generate the results desired by sponsors and mandated by the protocol.

This means:

  • More lab kits
  • More procedures
  • More clinical supply chain activity
  • More opportunities for things to go wrong

Slope can make your clinical trials worry-free.

Worry-free means:

  • No longer turning patients away
  • Drugs, biological samples, and subject visits are managed within a single system
  • The right lab kits at the right time
  • Automated re-ordering and tracking of clinical supplies
  • Research study protocol adherence and compliance

What this mean for clinical research sites:

  • Improved patient experience and retention
  • Trials are finished on time
  • Better communication and collaboration with sponsors
  • Efficiency, productivity, and profitability

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