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Why Electronic Randomization and Inventory Don't Have to Be Scary

You're ready to design a clinical trial but you're not sure if you should use an electronic data capture (EDC) platform for randomization and inventory because you're afraid something will go wrong and cost you the study. Set your worries aside because an EDC solution will actually be faster, truly unbiased, and easy to employ — if you choose the right vendor.

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Tips to Avoid the Overuse of Edit Checks in Clinical Research Studies

Building a clinical study can be a complicated process, and it’s often made unnecessarily more difficult by the study designer. People tend to over-complicate the study design by collecting unnecessary data and using excessive edit checks because they either fear that their study will not meet strict FDA regulatory standards, or they want to save money by automating the data cleaning process....

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Meet Oliver: Why I Chose MedNet [VIDEO]

“We were reviewing EDC systems back in 2013 or 2014 and assessing them according to our needs – what our expectations are, what we need from a system, what we do not need from a system,” says Oliver Hautz, Senior Data Manager with Clinlogix Europe GmbH. “MedNet was the winner of that assessment.”

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iMedNet Tips Series: Timing of Data Entry

Using an electronic data capture (EDC) platform can maximize the potential to conduct an efficient clinical trial. Implementing this system, however, does not guarantee success. Imagine your favorite team being the clear-cut favorite in every statistical category, yet somehow managing to be soundly defeated.

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Clinical Research Studies: What to Look for in an EDC Platform

The process of starting a clinical trial involves the careful management of various stakeholders, all of whom present unique challenges. Therefore, automating as many facets of the study is vital to ensure organization. Fortunately, advancements in technology have allowed for these capabilities.

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iMedNet Tips Series: Grid Configurations

Running a clinical study can be akin to building a house of cards on a windy day. You have your protocol, you understand the objective of the study, and based on the schedule of events outlined in the protocol, building this study should be a breeze, right? Not true, according to Sarah Ohme, Technical Project Operations Manager at MedNet Solutions. “There are so many things not represented in...

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Bridging the Gap Between FDA Approval, CMS and Private Payer Coverage

I recently had the pleasure of attending the 11th Annual MedTech Conference, Sept. 25-27 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in California. More than 2,700 people from the medical technology industry were in attendance.

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SCDM 2017: eClinical Data Standards, Integrations and Risk-Based Monitoring

The Society for Clinical Data Management (SCDM) is a worldwide organization created to spearhead advancements in this industry. In a constantly evolving field, the SCDM ensures that professionals are up-to-date with regards to the latest tools vital for success in this discipline.

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Exploring the Future of Clinical Data Collection: iCAB Recap

As the tools and techniques for clinical data collection continue to evolve, MedNet is partnering with key customers to guide our vision for the future of electronic data capture (EDC) platforms.

“The fact that they want to bring people here and really sit down and spend some time hearing about our pressure points, the things we really like, and the 'nice-to-haves' says a lot about them...

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DIA: Where Innovation, Regulation, and Patient Priority Intersect

Last month, I had the opportunity to attend the annual DIA Conference in Chicago.  It was my first time attending the conference and WOW! DIA was a delightful juncture to meet new people and learn from an impressive group of speakers and presenters. This year’s theme was “Driving Insight to Action” and below are some of the key takeaways from this remarkable conference.

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