ISR Reports - The State of Clinical Trial Imaging Preview


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ISR Reports - The State of Clinical Trial Imaging Preview

  1. 1. What you’ll learn: For sponsors – The use of imaging in clinical trials is not an everyday occurrence and your organization may not have had the opportunity to “try out” as many providers as you would like. This research provides you with a head-start in determining which service providers perform well and those that perform not-so- well in the areas you need the most assistance with. For service providers – You’ll gain a better understanding of the current imaging services market, including how sponsors select providers and an assessment of your services as they are perceived by your Industry Standard Research
  2. 2. Industry Standard Research Summary of Report Contents The following report contains 98 service provider evaluations that are based on the data generated from 36 survey respondents. All respondents have been screened for having decision-making responsibility for clinical trial imaging activities and have had recent interactions with imaging service providers. The report includes the following four major sections: 1. High-level takeaways and implications: sponsors - In this section we lay out what the data in this report is telling biopharmaceutical sponsors and how it could impact your development strategies and operations. The goal of this section is to arm you with usable recommendations that can impact your current and future operations. 2. High-level takeaways and implications: service providers - This section summarizes how imaging service providers perform on service-level attribute satisfaction, which imaging services and related services are most important to provider selection, and respondents’ preferences for using different imaging provider types. 3. Market dynamics – This section focuses on the broader market and environment surrounding imaging services in clinical trials. These include: A. Overall growth rate B. Outsourcing penetrations (current and future) C. Use of service providers/ preference/ position D. Performance of specialized imaging providers vs. multi-service CROs 4. Imaging service provider selection – In the end sponsors or service providers need each other more for imaging services than for most clinical trial services. This is not a service/ function most biopharmaceutical companies want to keep in-house as the need is highly variable. This section examines, for the benefit of both sponsors and service providers, the overall performance of the top imaging providers. This data can be used to by sponsors to better select providers and by service providers to tout and improve their performance. As always, this report contains all of the data collected in our Industry Standard Research
  3. 3. Industry Standard Research For more information including the full table of contents and sample charts and graphs VISIT the report page on our website and click “Purchase Report” CALL us at +1.919.301.0106 x 705 E-MAIL us at ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Licensing Options: Single User License – $1,490 Site-wide License – $1,860 Enterprise-wide License – $2,230 About Industry Standard Research Industry Standard Research is the premier, full service market research provider to the pharma and pharma services industries. With over a decade of experience in the industry, ISR delivers an unmatched level of domain expertise. For more information about our off-the-shelf intelligence and custom research offerings, please visit our Web site at, email, or follow us on twitter @ISRreports. Send Us Your Feedback Because we are a service organization, we enjoy receiving feedback on our work. The good, the bad, the ugly – we encourage you to let us know what you think. Please e- mail any comments, questions, or Industry Standard Research