EDC/Data Management White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Synergy Chooses ClinCapture

    In 2007 Synergy opened a Clinical Data Management Department with local, low-budget projects and decided to implement an open source EDC solution as a clinical data collection tool. This tool required installation and validation every time a new project was started. When the number of projects started to multiply, management quickly realized they had two options: expand their IT resources to support data management applications or outsource. They chose the second option so they had to find a cost-effective, pay-as-you-go, cloudbased EDC solution which would allow them to move their current EDC projects without interruption.

  2. Transforming Clinical Business Wth An Enterprise Approach To EDC

    In 2005, Abbott sanctioned an executive-sponsored governance body to drive the development and implementation of enterprise-wide study build, data capture and trial management processes using a single electronic data capture (EDC) vendor for all clinical studies. The objective was to quickly move the lion’s share of studies to electronic capture means while maximizing site acceptance.

  3. How Your Electronic Data Capture (EDC) System Can Streamline Clinical Site Payments

    Today, EDC systems are widely adopted by life science companies and well established as a critical technology for conducting clinical research, especially for large multi-site trials.

  4. Combining The Discipline Of Clinical R&D With The Promise Of mHealth

    Mobile health (mHealth) technology will redefine how we conduct clinical R&D. Consumer-friendly technologies, including remote sensors, wearable devices and mobile apps, offer clinical development access to potentially rich, sensitive patient data that not only complements existing sources—providing a more complete view of therapy safety and efficacy—but may also provide a better understanding of disease.

  5. Medidata Patient Cloud: A New Model For Patient-Reported Outcomes

    Why in this day and age, with people connected 24x7 via smartphones and apps, do clinical trials still use paper to capture patient-reported outcomes (PROs)? ePRO solutions have been around for decades, but up to half of studies still use paper to capture patient assessments.

  6. Beyond EDC: Speeding Treatments To Patients With A Unified Clinical Technology Platform

    As clinical trials represent a substantial portion of R&D costs, the adoption of electronic data capture (EDC) over the last 15 years has contributed to these efficiencies. However, forward-thinking life sciences companies increasingly recognize that replacing paper with EDC is not an end in itself.

  7. Reducing The Time To Market With An eClinical System

    Roughly 15 years after the inception of EDC for clinical trials, the surprising fact isn’t that more than 75 percent of new clinical trials use an EDC system. It’s that nearly 25 percent still don’t.

  8. Bioclinica Express EDC Direct Overview

    BioClinica Express EDC brings serious software, superior service, and significant savings to clinical trials. now, with Express EDCplus, you can add control over the study build process and realize even greater benefits from Express.

  9. Bioclinica Express EDC Overview

    BioClinica’s Express EDC solution places powerful tools at the fi ngertips of Sponsors and CROs to capture, manage, and analyze clinical data as it is being collected, giving early visibility into a study.

  10. Electronic Informed Consent: Considerations For Implementation In Clinical Trials

    In an era where data acquisition (eg. ePRO), capture (EDC) and storage (eTMF) are done electronically, it is the logical consequence to do the same for the informed consent process as all the advantages of the electronic modality equally apply to this process.