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eConsent: Definitions & Details

Sharon Rosenberg: Apr 15, 2019 12:25:38 PM

 eConsent is a technology-driven, patient-engagement tool that aims to improve site/patient discussions and clinical trial efficiency. It should provide a detailed overview of the clinical trial process in the patient’s own language, while including guided instructions for completing the eConsent and allowing the patient to electronically sign and optionally download the signed consent document. This helps to promote better comprehension of content by incorporating multi-media components like audio and video, or documents with voice-overs in the patient’s own language. The process allows patients to explore trial-specific words and concepts at their own pace through linked text, which can improve the quality of discussions between site staff and patients in a less intimidating way.”

10 Reasons Why We Must Integrate EMR and EDC

Ken Light: Aug 1, 2017 3:30:03 PM

My objective was to play counterpoint to the recent LinkedIn blog by Michael Crayne, titled: Why we can't integrate EMR and EDC and to provoke additional dialogue around this vital topic. However, I just learned the heartbreaking news that Michael passed away last week. So, I hereby dedicate this blog to his wisdom and service to our industry – with appreciation to Michael Crayne for provoking thoughtful debate and dialog, while expanding our collective wisdom. 

OmniComm Systems Wins $11.7 Million TrialOne Contract With Global Contract Research Organization

Sharon Rosenberg: Jun 13, 2017 7:51:29 PM

OmniComm Systems, Inc. (OTCQX: OMCM), a leading global provider of clinical data management technology, has been selected to provide electronic data capture (EDC) software and services to a major contract research organization (CRO) with locations in the U.S. and Europe. Under the terms of the deal, the CRO will utilize OmniComm’s TrialOne® system to standardize clinical development programs, ensure regulatory compliance and bring greater operational efficiency, speed and quality to the clinical research process within its clinics.