OpenClinica June 2017 Newsletter
OpenClinica June 2017 Newsletter | DIA Edition +1 (617) 621-8585
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“What is it about the annual DIA conference that energizes those of us working to improve the e-clinical experience?” CEO Cal Collins has some thoughts. A Preview of Our DIA 2017 Plans
Best practices from drug development luminaries. Exhibits that combine “luxury apartment” with “miniature theme park”. And a city that offers some of the world’s best modern architecture. DIA never disappoints. Neither will we. Better Data Faster… from
Recently, we were honored to be named a Best Practices Awards Finalist by Bio-IT World. Read the ePRO case study behind that honor, as well as a follow-up blog post on the convenience that OC Participate TM offers to study sponsors. Around the World in Three Data Integrations
Today’s trials often require the integration of data from multiple systems that are secure, geographically separated, and disparately schematized. It’s a challenge that OpenClinica, a long-standing promoter of open, standards-based interoperability, has met time and time again. Generate, and Share, Site Performance Metrics with this All-Purpose Workbook
“Three days to enter data, five days to answer queries.” Enforcing that rule takes diplomacy, gratitude, and site-customized, data-driven communication. We’ve got best practices, and a free starter kit, here.
Reminder: Get Trained Online
OpenClinica users can build a form in minutes. But mastering the full breadth of our capabilities is a bigger time investment. We’re making it easier with online training.
Poll: Your Study Build Challenges
The path from study idea to publication on your EDC can be long. Sometimes tortuous. We’re working to change that with a drag-and-drop designer that allows for real-time collaboration. Currently, which is your most significant challenge in building your study in your EDC? Questions or comments? We’d love to hear from you . Here’s to your continued research success.
Warm regards, Your friends at OpenClinica