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Cutting Red Tape: Direct Data Capture In Clinical Trials

Source: OpenClinica

By Cal Collins, CEO, OpenClinica

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Duplicate work is a major hindrance to efficiency in clinical research sites, yet it remains a common issue. Electronic Case Report Forms (eCRFs) have been used for a long time to report data that has already been recorded elsewhere, leading to redundant efforts and potential errors. However, Direct Data Capture (DDC) is a revolutionary workflow that allows researchers to input data directly at its source, eliminating the need for transcription or abstraction.

In this article, we'll explore the pivotal role of DDC in modern clinical trials, examining its ability to enhance patient experiences, reduce trial timelines and costs, and benefit all stakeholders involved. We'll also examine why clinical trials are increasingly turning to DDC solutions like OpenClinica, and explore the numerous advantages and customizable features that make it the preferred choice for streamlined data collection.

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