Evidence-generation program support

The identification and generation of evidence beyond clinical trial data is an important and significant component of pharmaceutical companies’ research activity

iEnvision is purpose-built to support evidence-generation programs, including:

Externally-sponsored research

Investigator-led trials

Internally-sponsored projects

Phase IV studies
Country/affiliate-led studies

Expanded and managed access

Preclinical/academic collaborations

Investigator-led trials

  • Easy-to-use investigator application improves interaction
  • Compliant reviews and communications
  • Promote effective external collaborations
  • Track active studies through to publication
    and completion

Internally-sponsored projects

(HEOR/RWE, Phase IV, and local studies)

  • Enhance interactions with a user-friendly affiliate and service provider web application
  • Internally manage communications and project progress with service providers from RFP through to project closure
  • Capture and track site-level details
  • Support transparency of plans, and eliminate redundancy across geographies

Expanded and managed access programs

  • Support, document, and streamline your commitment to provide patients with access to investigational and other medical products outside clinical trials
  • Provide current policy information and facilitate request applications from treating physicians via an associated web application
  • Manage the full process from request submission, review, agreement, supply/re-supply, and reporting
  • Ensure compliance with FDA and corresponding international guidelines, while supporting company-specific procedures

Preclinical/academic collaborations

  • Document requests for support from and collaboration with your academic partners
  • Track active collaborations through to completion

Envision has provided Solutions to support evidence-generation program management since 2006, and currently supports
35 partners on more than
110 programs

iEnvision supports request, evaluation, contracting, and project management steps to:

  • Improve effectiveness and efficiency through consistent workflows
  • Provide consistent and complete submission templates
  • Support evaluation and inform decision-making
  • Provide transparency across the organization and between global and local affiliates
  • Reduce redundancy
  • Establish and communicate expectations effectively
  • Document selection decisions, contracting, and project status compliantly
  • Create timely internal and external communications and awareness of project status
  • Ensure patients are tracked through completion