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Tag Archive for eSource

Medrio Has a New Look
A sleek image for savvy EDC users

  Medrio has evolved a great deal – and so has our image. Recent upgrades and innovations have unlocked new capabilities for our customers and enhanced the speed, intuitiveness, and efficiency that define their experience with our software. It was time to update our image to reflect the savvy and confident work our users perform every day. Our new look…

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What Can eSource Do for Patient Engagement?

Modern eClinical tools like eSource-equipped tablet apps are great for site staff and other clinical researchers. How can they help cater to the needs and priorities of clinical trial patients as well? Our infographic offers some insight. Thanks for reading! If you enjoyed this post, we invite you to check out an article we published in International Clinical Trials exploring…

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Addressing Clinical Trial Infrastructure Challenges

The last several years have seen a number of high-profile disease outbreaks across the developing world. Ebola struck three West African nations in 2014, mobilizing the World Health Organization and bringing doctors from around the world to the affected areas. The following year, the Zika virus spread throughout major portions of Latin America, with significant impact reaching as far north…

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How Adaptive Trial-Friendly EDC Benefits Oncology

Adaptive clinical trial design in oncology research represents an intersection of two major industry trends. One of these is the current prevalence of cancer clinical trials. Last year, Clinical Leader cited a GBI Research report that declared oncology the largest therapeutic area in the pharmaceutical industry pipeline. And the promise of immunotherapy continues to galvanize investigations into new cancer treatments.…

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Paper in Clinical Trials: No Trivial Problem

When it comes to data management in clinical trials, paper is not just an inconvenience – it’s a liability. The advent of eClinical technology is not driven solely by the discomfort of working in an office full of stacks of paper. Rather, the eClinical revolution is about data security, timelines, and budgets. The ability of CROs to meet their sponsors’…

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eSource from the Site Perspective

With the necessary technology and the support of the FDA in place, the eSource revolution is charging forward. Researchers are marveling at the efficiencies eSource creates as its adoption becomes more widespread. While one may expect that a new, groundbreaking technology will initially be met with some resistance from the industry it affects, eSource has already proved highly effective in…

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eSource PRO: A Phase I Patient Engagement Tool

A major driver of patient recruitment hurdles in Phase I clinical trials could be described as the perceived distance between researchers and subjects. Researchers can appear only interested in mining patients for data, unconcerned with any health risks posed by a compound whose safety profile has yet to be determined. This perception is not-so-affectionately referred to as the “guinea pig…

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A Day in the Life of a Clinical Research Associate

It’s another busy day at work for Carrie the Clinical Research Associate. She’s got data to review, reports to write, and lots of other important tasks on her agenda. Luckily, she’s got Medrio supporting the studies she works with and making her job more convenient. Let’s shadow Carrie at her workplace to get a sense of a typical day for…

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Looking Back: 5 Stories from 2016 (infographic)

2016 has been a big year for clinical research. There have been challenges and setbacks, opportunities and advancements. As the year draws to a close, we thought we’d look back on some of the events that have made it such a memorable one, as well as take stock of where we are as the new year approaches. When all is…

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Beating Connectivity Gaps with Offline Data Entry

Like it has with most aspects of our lives, the internet has revolutionized the process of capturing and managing data for clinical trials. Electronic data capture (EDC), which has provided a reliable and manageable alternative to paper for the storage of patient data, has begun to shift toward cloud services, significantly expanding researchers’ abilities to share and access clinical data.…

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The Horrors of Source Data Verification (infographic)

It was a cold, dark night. The researchers had been moving quickly and were ahead of schedule, unaware of the menace that haunted their clinic – until it struck! Now they’re trapped in the clinic, doomed to lose precious time and funding, prisoners of the specter known as Source Data Verification. This Halloween, we’re here to warn you of the…

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How eSource Cuts Costs

The frenzy of technological development currently taking the research industry by storm has worked wonders in the way of modernizing clinical trials. Much of this, as we discussed last week, entails the utilization of technology developed outside the industry, such as social media, to enhance patient engagement and other aspects of clinical research. But the clinical research industry’s technological savvy…

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Medrio Quick Facts

As eClinical data management continues its march toward becoming the norm in clinical research, the landscape becomes increasingly populated with companies offering EDC. It can be difficult for EDC providers to stand out among broadening competition. Here at Medrio, we’ve grown with the times and created a model that has kept us unique as the industry develops. Here’s a quick…

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eSource: Delivering the Knockout Punch to Paper

As the eClinical industry thrives, it’s easy to imagine the wisdom of EDC catching on and a new, paperless norm being established. After all, the burdens of paper-based data management–high cost, slow study build, and cumbersome SDV, just to name a few–have been well-documented on this very blog. With the superiority of EDC so far beyond dispute, shouldn’t paper be,…