CRF Health enhances TrialManager for eCOA reporting, data visualization
CRF Health, a global provider of eCOA solutions for the life sciences industry, has announced reporting enhancements to TrialManager, its real-time portal for the analysis and management of data collected in clinical trials. The updates bring easy-to-use, role-based visual access to key trial information, further supporting a powerful toolset for the analysis of patient and site data.
TrialManager 6.0 delivers next generation reporting and data analysis tools for clinical trials. The totally redesigned data visualization tools provide users with powerful interactive dashboards which facilitate the analysis of data in multiple dimensions, driving data discovery and user insight. A built-in library of best practice reports is available to suit the needs of different trials, and customized reports can be designed to address unique study needs.
“TrialManager’s enhanced reporting and data visualization capabilities make it possible for study teams to gain new insight into patient behavior. In a recent study of diabetes, the solution was used to analyze data to identify patterns in meal reporting, glucose measurements and hypoglycemic events,” said Rauha Tulkki-Wilke, vice president, Product & Service Management at CRF Health. “For this protocol, the solution provided us with understanding of how timely patients report meals, enabling us to optimize retrospective data entry capabilities to balance accuracy and data volume. Ultimately, this type of insight ensures the capture of higher quality data and drives more detailed analysis.”
TrialManager delivers real-time monitoring and management of eCOA data via an online portal which makes it easy to instantly explore and review data collected using any of CRF Health’s TrialMax® modalities. Users can simply track compliance and react in real-time to medical alerts based on patient insight, while a customizable dashboard displays the most meaningful trial data to gain a better perspective of sites and patients.