Collecting clinical trial information from subjects on paper and entering it into a computer system later not only takes more time, but adds the risk of transcription errors. In the past, this was the only option, especially with subjects scattered across multiple remote sites.
Collecting data electronically for multi-site trials is feasible only with a software system that permits remote data entry. Remote data entry is a critical feature of clinical trial software as more data is collected electronically at clinical sites.
Entrypoint i4 makes remote data possible on the web—via desktop systems or handheld devices— no matter where you are. All data is stored in a central location. Developers create applications locally with Application Studio and deploy them directly to the server.
Entering data directly into a database eliminates the paper step, significantly reducing the chances for errors. And having this data in a central location means that up-to-the-minute data is always available for your review, and for export to analytic systems.