eClinical Software: October 2008

October 1, 2008

Applied Clinical Trials

Applied Clinical Trials, Applied Clinical Trials-10-01-2008, Volume 0, Issue 0

The latest eClinical software in the clinical trials industry.

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EDC Management and Reporting Adds Features

New enhancement expands Rave's EDC data-reporting capabilities

Medidata Solutions (New York, NY) introduced its latest enhancement to the company's Medidata Rave EDC management and reporting system.The Dynamic Tabulation Engine expands Rave's data-reporting capabilities to increase data availability and ease of use.

Rave's Dynamic Tabulation Engine

The Dynamic Tabulation Engine employs an interface that allows users to define how clinical data sets and tables are collated, formatted, and extracted. Clinical data can then be immediately viewed, extracted to an external data warehouse or processed by third-party reporting and analysis tools.

Once defined, tabulation formats can be reused across studies in Rave, to streamline data extraction and ensure consistency across studies.

Medidata, (888) 703-1122, www.mdsol.com

Web-based Solution for Trial Site Recruitment

Solution to speed up site and investigator selection

Health Market Science (HMS; King of Prussia, PA) announced its Clinical Investigators, a Web-based software service for pharmaceutical company and CRO clinical trial site recruitment.

Health Market Science Clinical Investigators

Clinical Investigators links an intuitive Web-based user interface with a national, comprehensive database of trial experience detail, claims data, and the HMS Provider Master File. The database features over 4.5 million individual providers, and 1 million health care organizations.

The database includes physician reference data, clinical trial experience, and claims volume rankings, which can help accelerate, identify, and recruit investigators with access to the patients needed for a particular trial.

Health Market Science, (800) 593-4467, www.healthmarketscience.com

CTMS Works with Microsoft Office

Software based on Microsoft office eliminates incompatible apps

TranSenda International (Bellevue, WA) announced Office Smart Clinical Trial Manager, a clinical trial management system (CTMS). The software is an Office Business Application and is built on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. The product offers clinical trial study software that works with Microsoft Office, which eliminates redundancies of data entry and toggling between applications.

Office Smart Clinical Trial Manager

ClinBUS, a data interchange technology from TranSenda, creates a common data repository for a clinical trial's business process data. Leveraging open standards and CDISC conventions, ClinBUS addresses clinical data syntax and semantics and offers insight into metadata for dashboards, reports, and workflow.

TranSenda International, (866) 895-1300, www.transenda.com