Medrio for Central Nervous System Clinical Trials
Medrio: A Winning Choice for Central Nervous System Clinical (CNS) Studies
Since all clinical trials have unique needs, it’s an organizational asset to adopt eClinical software that facilitates your study’s specific goals. With an overall customer satisfaction rating of 98%, Medrio’s platform has supported the success of more than 20 organizations – including UCSF, InClin, and Icon – conducting CNS studies. Here are a few key features that help make Medrio a proven solution for this type of research:
Robust feature functionality for central nervous system (CNS) clinical trials
Medrio’s intuitive drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to build studies and start enrolling patients quickly. Our straightforward EDC solution helps you to simplify and standardize the data collection process, make mid-study changes on the fly, and more – all for a simple and transparent price with no hidden fees.
Medrio’s integrated direct data capture (DDC) platform further facilitates data collection in-clinic or in the field. Boost data quality by catching errors quickly with real-time edit checks, reduce transcription errors by eliminating paper from your data entry process, and make your overall monitoring efforts more efficient and productive. Additionally, when patients are unable to visit sites, our mobile DDC tablet app enables them to enter data remotely, empowering you to keep your study running smoothly.
Medrio ePRO offers additional features to reduce the burden on trial participants and strengthen your patient engagement. With web-based PRO surveys that patients can complete from home, you stay more easily attuned to their pain levels, mobility, and other aspects of their experience.
Finally, Medrio eConsent helps you accelerate form setup and deployment of changes. It’s also highly effective for facilitating better patient comprehension with graphics and videos. This empowers you to spend less time and resources clarifying consent forms while improving patient retention and reducing recruitment efforts.