ESource data | definition of eSource data by Medical dictionary
eSource data In a clinical trial, source data that is captured initially into a permanent electronic record used for the construction and evaluation of a clinical study. Any changes made in a permanent record can be assessed via an audit trail.
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The company's eSource data
has been accepted by both the Food and Drug Administration and the European Medicines Agency in successful regulatory submissions.
Accessed on-site or via the Instem Cloud, the Alphadas software solution suite is a proactive early phase CTMS, eSource data
capture and reporting system.
The combination of Cogstate's scientific and adult learning expertise with Clinical Ink's eSource data
capture platform will deliver a single solution for sponsors looking to transcend traditional paper-and-pencil assessment scales in clinical trials.