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Thanks to its ability to provide more complete data collection, boost patient compliance and manage study data and subjects in real-time, eCOA solutions are demonstrating improved data quality, reliability, integrity and traceability across clinical trials of all sizes and complexities.
With eCOA proving invaluable for clinical trials, it is important for those who may still have doubts to take a step back from all the industry noise surrounding its perceived barriers and get to know the true differences its implementation can bring.
eCOA Impact on Data Quality
Members of CRF Health's Data Management and Quality Assurance teams explain how eCOA helps uphold regulator...
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Utilizing eCOA to Improve Outcomes in CNS Clinical Trials
This eBook is a guide for researchers to show how Electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) solutions can be utilized in global Central Nervous System (CNS) clinical trials.
eCOA Design Considerations: Reminders and Alarms
Dr. Jill Platko discusses why reminders and alarms are important for the simplest and most complex clinical trials, and how they can be used for optimal subject compliance.
How to Select Most Effective eCOA Modality for Your Study
This webinar examines the electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) modalities available to clinical trials, such as handheld, tablet, web, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and mixed mode devices.
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Dr. Jill Platko debunks the common myth among clinical study professionals that elderly patients cannot use electronic devices, and provides suggestions for preparing older study subjects to use eCOA.
How to Calculate the True Cost of Paper When Considering eCOA
Some clinical trial sponsors fear the cost of eCOA will be prohibitive. We unpack the expense of paper data capture and compare it with the cost, and potential value benefits, of electronic modes.
How to Select the Most Effective Modality for My eCOA Study
eCOA, Patient Centricity and the Path to More Accurate Data
In this video, hear clinical trial professionals explain the link between patient engagement and da-ta integrity, as they discuss how electronic data capture (eCOA) contributes to higher quality data.
The Data Point's Perspective on Clinical Outcome Assessments
This animation explains the clinical outcome assessment data collection process through the eyes of the data point. See how eCOA provides superior experience and outcomes for all study stake-holders.
eCOA Impact on Data Quality
Members of CRF Health's Data Management and Quality Assurance teams explain how eCOA helps uphold regulatory requirements and promotes capture of higher quality data compared to paper-based methods.
eCOA Essentials: 1 Hour to Higher Quality Data
This high-level introduction to electronic clinical outcome assessments will outline the many benefits of eCOA. Find out why the pharma research industry is rapidly shifting from paper to eCOA.
How Electronic Data Collection Helps Meet the FDA's Quality Guidelines
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Winning Strategies for Successful eCOA Implementation
Drawing on 20+ years of experience in clinical research and ePRO/eCOA implementation, Scottie Kern provides strategies to ensure smooth implementation and widespread adoption of eCOA in your trials.
Paper: No Longer the Gold Standard of Data Capture in Clinical Trials
As the benefits of eCOA are positioning it as the preferred method of data capture in clinical trials, the industry has yet to realize the full potential of shifting from paper as its standard mode.
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