Yes, through an API, it is possible to link the ResearchManager Clinical Research Suite (CRS) with various external systems, including financial, HR, and EMR systems.
The CRS supports a wide range of clinical research, including drug studies (Phase I-IV), device studies, biological and non-biological intervention studies, observational studies, registrations, pivotal studies, pilot studies, and Post-Market Surveillance (PMS).
The ResearchManager Clinical Research Suite is used by various sectors and organizations, including CROs, (academic) hospitals, MedTech, BioTech, Pharma, Universities, and Ethical Committees. Supporting this diverse user base helps promote accurate data collection, regulatory compliance, and accelerates research processes, ultimately advancing the development of new treatments and therapies.
The Clinical Research Suite (CRS) offers several advantages for clinical research, such as improved data management, precise monitoring, and shortened timelines for clinical trials. It streamlines processes and enhances the overall research experience. Its unique flexibility allows easy adaptations to individual processes and studies without the need for programming knowledge, making it a valuable and adaptable tool for clinical research management.
The CRS serves clients globally, including Europe, the US, Australia, Africa, and Asia. Collaborations have been established with various companies and organizations worldwide.
The CRS is an integrated system that categorizes various modules into Clinical Data Management (EDC, ePRO, RTSM, eConsent) and Clinical Operations (CTMS, eTMF, RIMS, and LIMS). These modules work together to provide a comprehensive management system for clinical trials. They can also be used separately to meet specific user needs. Using the CRS allows for a secure and efficient platform at any phase of the Clinical Trial Journey.
The CRS enhances data collection efficiency by transitioning from paper-based processes to digital data collection and management. This reduces errors, speeds up data collection, improves data quality, and enables real-time analysis and decision-making. On the operational side, the CRS streamlines operational processes, allowing research teams to better plan, monitor, and manage clinical trials throughout their duration.
The platform provides control mechanisms such as automatic checks and validations and supports real-time data monitoring to ensure data quality.
Yes, the CRS offers researchers real-time access to data, enabling them to actively monitor ongoing studies and conduct data analyses as the research progresses.
Yes, the data management tool EDC within the CRS supports integration with wearables and smart devices for data collection, such as fitness trackers and other health monitoring equipment. It allows researchers to directly collect and integrate data from various health monitoring devices into clinical research, providing a more comprehensive view of patients and their health, strengthening the accuracy and depth of the collected data.