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.
On-demand EDC has a number of industry-changing implications. In this post, we take a look at just four benefits of using true on-demand tools in clinical research.
Sponsor companies needn’t feel restricted to sourcing out their study builds to CROs. Many times, they can accomplish their own builds with the right EDC system – and save considerable resources.
EDC is no exception to the high costs associated with the healthcare industry. And as technology continues to evolve, researchers need an EDC that will keep pace with the rest of their tools. TrialKit is one system that provides an overdue solution to begin attacking unnecessary high costs at their point of origin.