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Moving out of the Red Zone: Detection
A study once outsourced should ideally be completed on time with quality. However, sometimes situations arise where a study needs to be rescued, and is difficult, both, for the client as well as the vendor with whom the responsibility of extrication is bestowed upon. It is therefore necessary that the health of any study is been monitored carefully. There are some signs and symptoms which can help you identify indicate that your study is moving to a dangerous zone or has already reached the 'red zone'.

The study team then needs to take the decision to move the study to another vendor, well in time! This paper shares some of the signs and symptoms of fatigue exhibited by a study in need of rescue. It also talks about the desired qualities of a new vendor and suggestions to ensure successful transition from the incumbent to new vendor.

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