The use of electronic clinical outcome assessments (eCOA) and electronic patient reported outcome (ePROs) solutions to capture patient data has been found to improve clinical trial patient compliance levels. This is because electronic devices can be used to motivate and engage patients and simplify the data collection process.
In this webinar, Terek Peterson discusses the key benefits of implementing data standards from eCOA data collection through submission to boost efficiencies, interoperability, automation, data quality and support regulatory directives in clinical trials. He also discusses how data standards can address common questions when it comes to data in clinical trials: How do we get things done faster? How can you get your data faster? How do we present the data being collected and real-time managed to dashboards and other types of systems and warehouses as opposed to waiting for it to be converted or transformed?