Veeva Systems has announced MyVeeva, a new application for clinical research sites. With capabilities for virtual visits, patient adherence, ePRO, eConsent, eSource and an easy to use patient portal, MyVeeva will aim to make it easier for clinical research sites to deliver a patient-centric and paperless clinical trial experience for patients and sponsors. MyVeeva is free for clinical research sites and integrates seamlessly with Veeva SiteVault.
“There is a pressing need for clinical solutions that reduce the burden on patients participating in trials and make study execution easier for sites,” said Jessica Collins, program director for investigator-initiated clinical trials at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “Having the ability to conduct parts of a study remotely is key to a better patient experience and speeding study conduct. It’s a crucial shift for the industry and I appreciate the innovation Veeva is bringing to this important area.”
MyVeeva enables patients, doctors, and clinical research coordinators to collaborate remotely with advanced audio and video capabilities, reducing the need for in-person visits. Clinical researchers can collect and record patient data electronically; make it more convenient for patients to report on treatment outcomes; easily share information electronically and get patient consent; and help patients take medications and adhere to their treatment regimens.
“COVID-19 created even greater urgency for clinical trials to become more virtual and deliver a safe, convenient patient experience,” said Henry Levy, general manager of Vault CDMS, site, and patient solutions at Veeva. “Enabling home-based trial visits with MyVeeva can advance the move to more patient-centric and paperless trials. We are excited to partner with the industry to help improve the clinical trial process for sponsors, sites, and patients.”
Sites will have the flexibility to use MyVeeva with Veeva SiteVault and Veeva Vault Clinical applications, as well as third-party clinical applications. MyVeeva is planned for availability in December 2020.