A full range of services:
As a full-service ARO, the Baim Institute combines its academic and medical expertise with a full and flexible menu of operational/logistical (CRO) services in order to meet the specific needs of each research sponsor. Our capabilities span many disciplines, including data management, site management, project management, statistical design and analysis, clinical event management and safety oversight.
Our belief is that scientific leadership is a very important ingredient in the success of clinical studies. Baim Institute studies are led by experts in their respective fields of practice.
The Baim Institute for Clinical Research works with world-renowned and respected academicians with established relationships investigators around the world. The spirit of scientific collaboration and learning contributes to the value of academic study leadership.
Selecting the right project manager sets the stage for successful study implementation. When new studies begin, the Baim Institute evaluates our team of project managers to ensure that the selected individual possesses the requisite background and experience to effectively manage the study in close collaboration with our sponsors.
Quality study results rely upon the capture of quality data. At the onset of a study, the Baim Institute's data management team ensures that all of the necessary data for a study is captured in the database and that the final dataset is clean, locked, and ready for analysis.
Productive, quality sites are a critical success factor for clinical studies. The Baim Institute has developed relationships with hundreds of high-quality sites throughout North America to provide our sponsors with the resources necessary to enroll their clinical studies.
Maintaining independence and consistency by ensuring adherence to protocol-defined endpoint events is a vital aspect of many clinical studies. The Baim Institute is consistently innovating our process and has set the industry gold standard in clinical endpoint event adjudication.
The Baim Institute provides the necessary resources to process Serious Adverse Events (SAEs) that occur in a clinical study, enabling our sponsors to properly report instances to the competent authorities. Additionally, our in-house medical monitors provide review of safety trends and SAEs, as well as serve as a resource to sites for protocol and safety-related questions.
Electronic Health Records can serve both as a tool for subject identification, as well as a source of data for clinical analysis. The Baim Institute's Medical Informatics function assists sponsors by employing EHR data as the primary source for analyses or as a supplement to augment their dataset.