My Resolution for 2017

The traditional month for making resolutions is over, but since the first day of the year, I’ve been hard at work on mine. I shared it with my team members early in January, and now I want to make it public.

My resolution for 2017 is to make life easier.

Not necessarily for me–though I’d take it–but for clients and collaborators of OpenClinica. The pace of clinical research will only accelerate, so eclinical software (and its users) will need to keep up or get left behind. While we can always make improvements in processing power and data storage, the big gains will come from empowering our users to do more in less time and to rapidly make smart decisions. In the world of electronic data capture, that means giving data managers powerful tools to get studies started, to seamlessly integrate randomization, EDC, and ePRO, and to gain insight into their queried and missing forms.

As a team, we’ve adopted “making the complex easy” as our theme for 2017. As you’ll see in the posts below, we’re poised to do just that. We have new clients that will challenge us to break new ground. We have new team members bringing that rare combination of domain expertise and raw passion. And we have a growing appreciation of the role ePRO will play in identifying therapies that aren’t only efficacious, but effective. So if my life doesn’t get any easier this year, it’s still bound to be exciting.

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