TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - February 08, 2017) - Many clinical trials require at least one amendment -- often several changes during the trial -- and those changes typically impact the technology used to collect data. The development, approval and implementation of mid-study changes involve many factors. Therefore, it is important for the electronic data capture (EDC) technology used in the trial to efficiently support the development, testing and rollout of amendments to streamline the process and to avoid creating a bottleneck around the deployment of changes.
Having an efficient EDC development environment in which to design the necessary mid-study changes, (together with a robust, in-situ deployment capability), can help roll out necessary changes to the appropriate sites as soon as possible. With more clinical trials utilizing adaptive designs, EDC capabilities are increasing in importance.
Learn more from Rich Davies, executive director of business solutions at OmniComm Systems. He will discuss how EDC technology supports the mid-study change process on Thursday, February 23, 2017, at 11a.m. EST (4 p.m. GMT/UK).
For more information or to register for this event, visit: Mid-Study Changes: Keeping Your Clinical Trial on Track with EDC
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