Principal Investigator: Prof. Dr. Johannes Ruhland
Team: Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. Stephan Tiesler
Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. Thomas Fischer
Duration: 01.08.2010 bis 31.07.2015
It is the aim of the project to implement an independent process controlling to document and evaluate the implementation of new structures and processes. Furthermore, the project develops methods, processes and systems for information, planning and control of innovative clinical research organizations.
Results so far
As a first step, we have modelled important business processes of the CSCC to provide transparency amongst different actors in the new organization. Furthermore, we have specified key figures for clinical studies in a joint IFB assessment committee. The design of appropriate operating figures is a comprehensive problem in clinical research. Critical processes, such as planning and execution of clinical studies, can be emphasized with quantitative governing factors, because these processes are relatively stable due to regulatory requirements. We have developed a database as well as a management report, which provides an in depth view of each clinical study of the CSCC.
Our approach to measure organizational change, collaboration as well as scientific impact is based on a temporal analysis of the scientific network of the CSCC. This enables us to examine the structure of relationships between different persons and how they are changing over time from different points of view. We already developed and implemented a prototype, which is able to extract several relationships from PubMed as well as other databases.
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