The trends infiltrating the clinical research industry – wearable integrations, mobile apps, machine learning, and more – aren’t just exciting concepts. They’re made possible and are now being used in studies with today’s technology.
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Leveraging technology tools can make your research study validation significantly more efficient and accurate. Read on to find out which software features can help you validate with ease.
Fully-featured eClinical app, TrialKit, will soon be released on Google Play by Crucial Data Solutions, making clinical data collection and management possible on the majority of smartphones available today.
Mobile technology lends many benefits to clinical research, including shortened study duration, more accurate data, and beyond. Keep reading for our perspective on the impact we can expect mobile apps to have as the industry advances.
The TrialKit platform was designed to be simple enough to learn for first time EDC users but sophisticated enough to handle late phase trials and studies with complex sets of data.
A number of contributing factors can leave research teams feeling dependent on paper-based or spreadsheet data collection and apprehensive to transition to EDC. However, this traditional method has significant downfalls to consider.
Is there a more secure way to review and approve the data that’s collected on case reports forms? In this post, we examine the value and purpose of the traditional signature used in an EDC system.
The traditional methods of clinical data management tend to be disjointed, filled with tedious manual work and prone to human error. Our VP Product Development, Cody Wilke, explains how with the right EDC system, you can collect and access data from any device, any time.