If your core business isn’t the assessment of radiological images or the use of radiation, how do you effectively evaluate a centralized radiology reading center, provide IRBs and regulatory agencies with safety information, or assess novel imaging techniques or analyses? What HIPAA issues and technology hurdles will impact your operations and data submission timelines? QIA can provide valuable insight during the due diligence and startup processes.
If you're awash in a sea of strange acronyms and technology, we can help. QIA provides quality educational services to transform even the most daunting of technologies into a concise, comprehensible framework. Whether you need support for your clinical development group, CRAs, medical writers or investigators, QIA keeps you informed and educated in the fast-paced world of medical imaging and radiation technology.
A new imaging technique looks promising for your clinical study. But what are the pitfalls of implementing it in a multi-site environment? What factors may bias the results or drown out that important signal with noise? If you’re going to invest in an imaging biomarker, consult with QIA regarding protocol design, feasibility, optimization and quality control issues and services.
RADIATION SAFETY, DOSIMETRY AND RISK
Don’t try looking it up in a book. With the advent of multi-slice CT, dual modality systems and increasingly complicated imaging protocols, estimating patient radiation dose can be a daunting task. QIA provides concise, accurate dose estimates for your imaging studies that can be submitted for IRB and regulatory review.
So you know the radiation dose, but what does that mean? Age, organ type, exposure duration and frequency are just some of the factors that can influence health risks. Know the risks associated with your imaging study so you can better inform your subjects and comply with GCP requirements.