Best eCOA Resources of 2017

Jackie Brusch

Best eCOA Resources of 2017

It's our gift to you.  Free and easy access to the year's best information about eCOA.

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(Don't forget to scroll down for a preview of the tools and resources we're preparing for 2018!)

 

What if electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA) offered advanced functionalities AND it was a less expensive option than paper COA?

In this 3-minute video, Jery Grupp, Director of Client Relations at CRF Health with 20 years of experience, discusses some of the hidden costs of paper and added benefits of eCOA. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how you can have enhanced, more successful trials. 
 


 

 

According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 19.4 million infants worldwide are still missing out on basic vaccines, and immunization currently prevents an estimated 2 to 3 million deaths every year. (An additional 1.5 million deaths could be avoided, however, if global vaccinations improve.)

So how can we help improve global vaccinations?

Download this eBook to learn more about how Electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA) improve study outcomes during vaccine clinical trials.

 

 

Is using eCOA as simple as using an ATM machine?

In this two-minute video, eCOA subject matter expert and Senior Scientific Advisor, Dr. Jill Platko, addresses how to design an eCOA solution for senior populations. What needs to be considered? Is it different from designing for other populations?

Dr. Platko answers these questions plus the most popular one: Can seniors use electronic clinical outcome assessments? Watch the video now to uncover the truth about the elderly and eCOA.

 

 

 

Bring Your Own Device, also known as BYOD, is a growing topic in clinical trials.

BYOD is allowing participants in a clinical trial to provide study data using their own internet-enabled hardware. This could be a smartphone, tablet, personal computer or laptop. It can be a web-hosted questionnaire accessed via an internet browser or an app downloaded from the App Store or Google Play Store.

But what factors should be considered before implementing this approach on your next study? Download this eBook to learn what you should know.

 

 

CRF Health has experience working on complex studies, including this one about multiple sclerosis which required the use of the Neurostatus-EDSS. Learn how CRF Health and the University Hospital of Basel collaborated to create the first electronic version. Read the case study now.
 

 

 

 

 

What are connected devices and how can they be best used to advance the treatment of chronic conditions?

In this on-demand webinar, health information technology subject matter expert, Rick Strobridge, provides his insights about best practices for using and implementing connected devices in healthcare and clinical research.

Plus, he'll uncover what makes certain technologies rise above the rest by uncovering the 5 best-kept secrets for ensuring new technology is adopted and accepted.

 

 

Coming in 2018:

  • Using eCOA in oncology studies
  • Guidance for using eCOA in CNS clinical trials
  • Validation in eCOA
  • Using eCOA in pediatric studies

About the Author

Jackie Brusch

Jackie Brusch is the Content Marketing Manager at CRF Health.

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