Visualize and analyze your clinical trial data with OpenClinica Insight business intelligence.
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Visualize and analyze all your EDC clinical data, from screening and enrollment to AE reporting and SAE Alerts. Insight enables self-service clinical data reports and dashboards that you can create yourself. You can even share reports with team members, sites, and sponsors.
What can you do with our fully integrated business intelligence software?
Shred the spreadsheet.
Stop wrangling your data with slow, cumbersome spreadsheets. Reduces the churn and rework
from static reports and listings leveraging self-service exploratory clinical data analysis.
Access ALL your data.
Report on all your clinical data, ePRO data, query data, monitoring data, and even audit log data.
Interactive visualizations. One click exports.
Get higher quality data. Faster.
Provides views on all the data early and often
which facilitates rapid clinical data cleaning and ensures data quality.
Easily answer critical clinical research questions.
Clinical data reports with meaningful insights. Track and evaluate biomarkers. Identify trends, patterns, outliers, errors.
Interact with your data.
Interactive visualizations that allow you to drill into your data, from exploring cohorts down to individual patients.
Enhance protocol compliance.
Exploration of the key aspects (sites, bottlenecks) of the protocol.
Ensures protocol adherence by identifying drop-outs and violations.
Track enrollment as it happens.
Let Insight automatically maintain your study enrollment reports.
Receive alerts of adverse events.
Insight lets you and your safety officers know when adverse events are reported, day or night.
Focus your CRAs on what matters.
Use dashboards and alerts for more effective monitoring and source data verification.
Easily share reports with your sites and business users.
Automatically send performance metrics and detailed clinical data reports
on everything from open queries to safety alerts.
Along with training and support, Insight comes with customizable
pre-created reports, including:
CRF Completion by Event: Breaks down the number of forms completed vs. not completed, by event and site.
Missing Forms: List of required forms that have not been started and are in events that have been started.
Query Aging by Month: Currently open queries created during that month, by site.
Query Aging by Site: Open queries open, by the amount of time they’ve been open, by site.
Query Aging by Study: Open queries categorized by age across the entire study.
SDV by Event: Shows forms requiring SDV by event.
SDV by Site: Shows forms requiring SDV by site.
How will Insight support my data manager?
Data managers need quantitative snapshots of their study data. Without them, reporting on enrollment progress, planning for locks, adverse event reporting, managing SDV, and holding sites accountable to data entry and query resolution deadlines all become impossible.
Oftentimes, the burden of creating these snapshots falls on the resident Excel expert or statistician, who will need days or weeks to create reports that end up being almost immediately out of date. Those days are over. With Insight, you can bypass this fiddling and proceed directly to immediate results you can use.
The foundation of OpenClinica Insight is a well documented data warehouse that provides:
- Each OpenClinica study environment as a schema
- Each CRF/Item Group as a table, with items as columns
- All non-removed data, plus audit logs for all data
How does it work?
- Build point-and-click custom reports. Or, build them directly with SQL.
- Create unlimited clinical data reports. Organize reports into interactive dashboards.
- Allow access to stakeholders and sites based on fine-grained permissions.
- Automate alerts and updates. Email your reports to those who need them on a schedule you define or when a key event (e.g. SAE reported) occurs.
- Which “problem protocols” and are failing to achieve enrollment targets?
- Which studies are currently in study start-up and how are they progressing towards activation?
- How are cohorts performing comparatively?
- How well is each site adhering to the protocol?
- Are there indications of possible safety signals I should be concerned about?