Automate Your Collection of Lab Reference Ranges

Data managers invest a lot of time and attention documenting lab processes, and for good reasons. Regulatory compliance demands it. Also, ensuring the validity and clinical significance of lab results is critical to assessing safety and efficacy. But while necessary,...

What DIA Stands For, To OpenClinica

What is it about the annual Drug Information Association meeting that energizes those of us working to improve the eclinical experience? Sure, it’s a terrific opportunity to showcase our products and services to research teams that could benefit from them (read:...

A Preview of our DIA Plans

Talks 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. Those descriptions don’t do justice to what DIA 2017 has in store, but they do fit the...

Poll: 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...

A Prescription for Data Management Health

“Three days to enter data, five days to answer queries.” The rule couldn’t be any clearer. You’ve told your sites at the IM and reminded them in each newsletter. You know you won’t get 100% compliance, and that’s fine. You’re reasonable. But this is getting out of...

Around the World in Three Data Integrations

Big data has been a recurring topic in medical research news for years now. It’s a topic that deserves our attention. Big data’s potential to revolutionize fields like genomics and to advance precision medicine generally is stunning. Today, though, a lot of the press...