Demystifying and providing a solution for EHR to EDC interoperability has been a mission for CDS for the past four years. In this blog post, we break down various interoperability challenges and how the architecture of your eClinical software can be a game-changer.
Unlike some providers in the eClinical space, at CDS we do not hold your data hostage when you conduct your studies in TrialKit. In fact, TrialKit is driven by an open API that gives users true freedom and access to their data – whenever they need it. Read on to learn how we do this…
The software space is experiencing a movement toward low-code/no-code development practices. But what exactly does this mean, and how does it apply to clinical trial management? This blog post introduces you to the low-code/no-code approach and why it might be a good fit for you.
Research professionals using TrialKit to conduct clinical trials now have the option to house data on a private cloud server located anywhere in the world.
Private clouds are quickly becoming an alternative to typical cloud storage for clinical trial data. If you’re wondering what sets the private cloud apart, this blog post breaks down its various benefits.
The first quarter of 2019 has brought about a meaningful milestone for Crucial Data Solutions. Users of TrialKit’s web-based eClinical platform and native mobile app have surpassed the 10,000 mark.
In this post, we’ll delve into what APIs and Webhooks are, how they function, how they’re being used as an engine for interoperability today.
What should research teams take into consideration when evaluating a data collection and study management solution’s storage capabilities? In this post, we take a look at different elements of database storage and how they apply to clinical trials.