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Clinical trial sites use eClinical because it can take them to a new level of connectivity, compliance, and efficiency.
FREMONT, CA: The advantages of implementing eClinical solutions at the research sites help them to move forward without using pen and paper. The integrated and interconnected platform has launched a new stage of efficiency, connectivity, and enhanced compliance. The sites are situated at the center of the ecosystem while implementing directly back to the sponsors or CRO to achieve real-time documents, data exchange, and monitoring.
The integrated and interconnected eClinical platforms available in the research site have better efficiency, real-time connectivity, and better compliance.
Technologies can help decrease and even remove most of the monotonous and repetitive tasks necessary for the individual team members to complete during clinical trials.
It also helps to streamline and automate workflows so that the clinical trial staff can put more time and focus on the strategic projects.
Increase Study Capacity
Generally, when the number of studies increases, the number of team members also grow at an equal rate because they have to manage the increasing number of documents and procedures.
Technology allows to increase the capacity of studies rapidly but with minimal staff resources.
Streamline Sponsor Connectivity
The eClinical solution helps to move to a unified digital ecosystem used to manage every study-related documents. The data also open-up the advanced sites along with sponsors or CRO connectivity.
The sponsors or CROs can directly integrate their eTMF with the site eISF platforms to allow seamless documents and data exchange.
Reduce Compliance Risks
Automating the recording and tracking of every task electronically in a centralized source will reduce human errors like expired files, written source information, misplaced documents, poorly compiled, and other compliance issues.
The electronic investigator site file (eISF) will also help the companies store every documentation generated before, during, and after the study of the research site. Every document must be legible, easily accessible, and complete for monitoring and audits. The eISF platform even collaborates eConsent, eRegulatory, and eSource in a unified ecosystem.