Patient Reported Outcome/eDiary Technology for Observational and Clinical Research
Patients are more likely to be engaged in clinical trials and other research studies when the process is transparent and they can understand their role in the research that may lead to advancements in the treatment or diagnosis of their conditions. The ability to easily submit their data is critical. Medpace has developed processes and technology to support the collection and analysis of these patient reported data through its Clintrak ePRO/eDiary solution.
Advantages of ClinTrak ePro/eDiary
Medpace’s ClinTrak ePRO/eDiary allows for the safe and secure collection of PRO data directly from patients through multiple platforms. This easy-to-use, yet sophisticated tool can increase active subject participation in the research.
Flexible, highly-customizable patient interface
Any internet-connected device (smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers) can be used interchangeably by the patient throughout the course of a study, providing further convenience and flexibility
Sophisticated scheduling and reminder system shows only the forms that a patient may enter
Patient-entered data are immediately available in the EDC database. Patient profiles and reports may include this information, and are available to the Sponsor and other permitted users, including Investigators and medical monitors, on demand
Form designs may include any image (mapped to respond to taps or clicks), drop-down boxes, radio buttons, sliders, and a variety of other widgets
All languages and alphabets are supported via a centrally-controlled translation interface
Investigators can craft customized lists for patients, and patients may select from these lists, to easily track medication usage
The system can incorporate other sources of data, including paper forms and IVR phone data
The patient menu can include links to product and disease websites
Patients can email the site staff, and sites can send messages to patients, within the system
Brochure: Real World Evidence and Late Phase Research