A New and Comprehensive Guide to ePRO Migration and Implementation
eCOA Consortium develops new resource for best practices.
Training the Raters: An Important Factor in Clinical Trial Success
Proper training can prevent oversight of inaccuracy, error, and variability rates in data from COAs.
eCOA Systems and Intended Use: Key Considerations
Intended use must not replace the clinical decision-making process.
The First eCOA Forum Examines BYOD and Item Skipping
eCOA and PRO consortiums along with regulators gather for discussion on important data collection topics.
An eCOA Lexicon: The Quest for Single, Trusted Source of Terminology
Since electronic data collection started to gain traction in the 1990s, terminology has evolved and is in need of greater clarity.
A Life Less Ordinary: Remembering The Godfather of ePRO
Remembering Steve Raymond, PhD, "the Godfather of ePRO."
Data Standards and ePRO Systems: A Road Less Travelled?
CDISC standards applicable to ePRO and other types of eCOA are still behind in the current regulatory landscape.
eCOA Systems and the CE Mark: Navigating the Regulations
EU Medical Device Regulation must be followed carefully as it leaves room for interpretation.
Conflicting Terminology in Digital Health Space: A Call for Consensus
Despite high potential of DHTs, regulatory picture remains unclear.
First-hand Perspectives on Achieving True Digital Health Engagement
Final presentation at DIA reminds: "we are all patients."
Implementing Numeric Rating and Visual Analog Scales in an eCOA Solution
Despite prevalent use in electronic devices, NRS and VAS are often implemented suboptimally.
Survey Investigates Backup Solution Adoption for ePRO Systems
Survey results emphasize need for flexibility in strategies.
Evaluating the Use of Backup Solutions for ePRO Systems
Greater flexibility in eCOA solution could reduce need for backups.
Progressing BYOD Adoption
Moving past the ‘if’ to the ‘how.’
Administering Complex Cognitive Tests Remotely in The Cognitively-Impaired
Pandemic aside, remote solutions are advancing care in clinical trials.
The Power of Collaboration: Introducing the eCOA Consortium
Consortium looks to advance endpoint assessment through the development of eCOA best practices.
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