This card uses the Medicare Part D Database.
Purpose: market research, clinical operations
If your company has a karmadata plus account with us, you will be able to go to the homepage and click join. There, you will be able enter your email and create an account. If you are having trouble joining your company’s karmadata plus group, here are the steps you need to take:
2. Go to Email Section, click to resend verification email. Continue Reading…
Today, we take the time to thank and support all clinical research professionals on International Clinical Trials’ Day. Many would think that this day was just picked by some organization to celebrate the success of clinical trials throughout the years. But, in fact May 20th is the date when James Lind started his famous trial on how to treat scurvy. We have come a long way since having a clinical trial to treat scurvy. Lind paved the way for clinical discovery and finding new means of treatment.
One of the main obstacles with clinical trials today is recruitment. Organizations are having a difficult time getting the bodies they need for the trials they are conducting. Continue Reading…
How convenient would it be if you were able to receive karmadata updates and news at a place you navigate to every day? If you use SalesForce.com for CRM, now you can.
With the karmadata/SalesForce integration you are able to link your accounts within SalesForce to the karmadata company entity. Once linked you will receive the same updates as you would in karmadata, but directly within your SalesForce workflow. Below you are able to see an example of an account page on SalesForce when it is linked to karmadata.
By clicking on the links provided in the feed, you will be directed to the source where the record came from. Continue Reading…
To think 13 years ago, I was sitting in my third grade class with the whispers of voices all around. It wasn’t until I returned home that I realized (kind of) what was going on. With all the commotion and fast paced lifestyles people are living, it seems like today everyone still takes a minute or two out of their day to reflect on September 11, 2001 and the events that happened.
People across the country are remembering the men and women who fought for our country, the heroes we lost, and the families who suffered the loss of loved ones. In karmadata’s backyard of Boston, MA, the BC Eagles will be wearing helmets, gloves, and cleats covered in the red bandana print in honor of Welles Crowther. Welles passed away in the September 11th terrorist attacks after saving several people from the South Tower.
It seems as if every year, my memories of the day become less clear. It is important to remember and it is the only way we will not forget. I can remember the way I felt and the confusion that was going through my head. The questions I had were endless and seemed to be answered more and more each year. September 11th had a different impact on all of us, but today America comes together as one to take the time to reflect and remember.
Indicate Investigators is an app in the karmadata gallery that was created to search a “disease of interest” and return a list of top Investigators within that disease. Now we have added the option of not only searching by disease but being able to search by drug class.
When you open the Indicate Investigator app, right away you are able to pick either Drug Class or Disease. For example, if you wanted to search for Monoclonal Antibodies (which is popular in treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases), you would pick drug class and then start typing it in as it autocompletes. You are also still able to toggle back and forth between drug class and disease once you are fully in the app.