Article | September 21, 2022

EMR To eSource: Why Research Sites Don't Use EMR As The Source Data Collection Tool

Source: CRIO

By Raymond Nomizu, CEO & Co-founder at CRIO

In a 2018 CRIO site survey with over 100 respondents, sites reported that they use their Electronic Medical Record (EMR) primarily for patient recruitment purposes, but not for source data collection.

62% of site respondents reported that they use the EMR as the primary tool for patient recruitment, but only 13% cited the EMR as the primary tool for source data collection. Instead, 73% of site respondents reported using paper charts to collect source data.

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