How to Get Better Clinical Data, Faster

See how modern EDC can improve data management

Collect, decide, and act on complete and concurrent data

Streamline trial execution and ultimately improve patient outcomes. With real-time access to clinical data, you can make better quality decisions and speed time to market.

Watch the webinar to learn how you can:

  • Build studies faster
  • Simplify data collection
  • Create personalized reports
  • Gain actionable insights from complete and concurrent data


Who should watch the EDC webinar?


If you are involved in data management, clinical development, clinical operations, biometrics, data science, or IT then this webinar is for you.

Improve Clinical Data Management with:

Agile design studio

Configurable collaboration environment with built-in review and approval workflows that includes a visual drag-and-drop CRF and edit check user interface.

Site centricity

Empower sites to customize their casebooks to suit patient workflows. Leverage the most advanced sites by sharing study- specific source designs to optimize data collection. Drastically reduce site paper transcription, queries, and monitoring/SDV.

Data-driven personalization

Personalized user dashboards and workflows provide immediate direction of users’ tasks and eliminate time spent searching for information or reporting.

EDC and eSource on the same platform

Build once for EDC and eSource, improving site protocol compliance and entering cleaner data immediately. Ensure all studies can be conducted in compliance with local and international regulatory requirements.

Endpoint-driven study design

Rank data based on its importance (primary endpoint vs. non-core data) to prioritize collection, review, and cleaning. Improve site monitoring and data management planning with a shared data model, enabling risk-based approaches.

Flexible study designs and amendments

Amend study designs at any stage without downtime or migrations. Publish only new changes with complete control over deployment across users, sites, and regions.