BioClinica introduces StudyView for trials operational visibility
BioClinica, a global provider of clinical trial management solutions, has introduced StudyView, a clinical trials portal and reporting hub that increases clinical trials operational visibility. StudyView provides one tool to access multiple eClinical applications, as well as analyze and report data across studies. Data visualization tools use real-time data for analytics, informing operational decisions about clinical studies. StudyView is fully integrated with BioClinica's product suite and is 21 CFR Part 11 compliant.
"Achieving real-time operational visibility of clinical studies data can be difficult, especially when multiple systems are involved," said Peter Benton, BioClinica's president of e-Clinical Solutions. "Now you can get the answers to critical clinical study operations questions in one place. This is the kind of cross-system operational metrics visibility that is a necessary cornerstone of any risk-based monitoring plan."
StudyView will leverage a suite of Microsoft business intelligence technologies such as Power View to create interactive dashboards and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). This enables users to build a range of summary and granular reports and surface them directly in SharePoint to visualize and investigate their data and connect directly to source applications to support further analysis and action.
The StudyView portal eliminates multiple logins. Data flows between applications, eliminating the process of manual importing and reconciliation. StudyView's reporting tools generate reports for one or all clinical studies. Presentation-ready color graphics range from simple line graphs and bar charts to complex diagrams and maps. Tabular data can be exported with a point-and-click for more in-depth analysis.
Dashboards present data from different clinical studies in one view, helping users spot and reconcile inconsistent data, see trends and patterns, identify workload issues and track data management at the site level, including CRF entry, queries and responses. StudyView shows which sites are behind schedule on enrollment and those experiencing difficulty with subject retention. StudyView enables study operations personnel and data managers to allocate resources and focus attention where needed to keep studies on track.