Electronic Case Report Form (eCRFs) have obtained an important role in clinical research industry. These platforms allow store the information collected in a study in a quicker and easier way than the traditional paper CRF.
We have our own eCRF, CEDExp, in the development of which is continuously working the IT department of Experior. Apart from the regulatory and legal aspects that every eCRF must include, it focuses on developing a user-friendly interface that allows each user (Data Entry, CRA, PI, Data Manager) to work easily, focusing on the most important tasks of their profile.
In Experior we are experts in eCRF design, from observational studies to small and large-scale clinical trials, each one of them customized according to each protocol requirements.
Environment designed to perform monitoring based on risk.
Its design allows to distinguish the monitoring type: Source Data Verification (SDV) performed only by CRAs and remote monitoring that can be performed by both CRAs and Data Managers.
The queries management system allows the Data Entry designee to locate quickly an opened query through a graphic interface, as well as the CRA / Data Manager to detect those that has been answered by the Data Entry designee. This allows a smooth management of queries reducing deadlines and costs.
Focused on providing quickly the Data Entry designee with the visual information required to know which was the last visit entered, which one is complete and which one has queries in open state that requires his/her attention
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