IBM® Clinical Development Randomization from Watson Healthlets you randomize study subjects.

Supply & Dispense

Get an overview of your research inventory, coordinate distribution and track your shipments from depot-to-depot and manage stock across sites from one dashboard.



Working within one consistent, integrated interface, you don’t have to log into a portal or an entirely different system altogether to finish the next task.

Coordinate the entire dispensing and tracking process

IBM Clinical Development Inventory Management and Dispensing provides an up-to-the-minute status overview of your research inventory and lets you coordinate the entire dispensing and tracking process in a comprehensive and coordinated manner. 
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Our Randomization is an Interactive Web Response (IWR) feature that lets you define the stratification factors used to select and assign subjects to a randomization group. You can also assign randomization records to subjects directly in EDC and have the information included in the same data export.


Clinical trial operations and supply management

  • Allows you to define treatment options
  • Assign randomization records to subjects directly in EDC
  • Input and track inventory, shipments and site inventory
  • Safely assign treatment groups
  • Dispense to your subject database
  • Option to randomize subjects automatically or manually based on other criteria you designate

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