electronic data capture


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electronic data capture

In the context of clinical trials, a term referring to collecting data and (usually) manually entering it into a permanent electronic form, typically by personnel at the investigative sites. Any changes made to the data after capture can be followed with an audit trail.
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is a worldwide Application Service Provider for the electronic data capture industry.
Involved with numerous clinical trials, Phase 1 through Phase 4, Suzanne helped McNeil become an early adopter of electronic data capture (EDC) and electronic patient diaries.
supports clinical trial data collection and management with innovative technology solutions including Electronic Data Capture with specialized Clinical Data Management services, Electronic Patient Diaries, Clinical Trial Management Systems and digital on-demand Case Report Form publishing management software.
Practices, procedures, and recommendations are proposed for data managers to prepare for and start an EDC system that will properly align electronic data capture technology to support statistical and medical research needs.
In 2005, the company decided to replace its paper-based processes with a user-friendly electronic data capture and management solution that would improve efficiencies and decrease time to market.
The company offers proven solutions for electronic data capture (InForm[TM]), clinical data management (Clintrial[TM]), clinical trials signal detection (CTSD[TM]), strategic pharmacovigilance (WebVDME[TM] and Signal Management), adverse event reporting (Clintrace[TM]) and applied data standards (WebSDM[TM]).
Prism([R]), its award-winning Electronic Data Capture (EDC) solution, has been used at over 500 research sites to streamline the initiation and management of clinical trials.
With global operations, etrials is the only top tier solutions provider to offer electronic data capture (EDC), interactive voice response (IVR), electronic patient diaries (eDiaries), and a clinical trials management system (CTMS) as part of an integrated software as a service (SaaS) platform or as individual solutions to optimize clinical trials.
The rapid adoption of its Internet-based electronic data capture (EDC) technology by pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies is helping Nextrials maintain the forward momentum it established in 2005, resulting in significant enterprise-wide deployments and Prism's selection for use in larger, multi-site clinical trials in 2006.
Phase Forward (NASDAQ: PFWD), a leading provider of data management solutions for clinical trials and drug safety, today announced that the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC) has implemented Phase Forward's InForm[TM] Electronic Data Capture (EDC) product for a 500-subject pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) study.
While ViroPharma had piloted electronic data capture (EDC) solutions for several years, in September 2005 the company began an evaluation of EDC vendors in order to standardize on one solution.
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