By integrating data across disparate systems, insights into trial operations, data integrity and patient information are centralized at your finger tips.
Everest has leveraged its strong foundation in data and analytics to provide clinical data dashboard solutions to our clients. The Dashboard initiative brings together data across clinical trial systems – which includes EDC, IWRS/IRT, eDiary, CTMS, and other 3rd party data capture systems to provide a centralized data review portal. Access to specific graphics, visualizations and downloadable listings can be controlled based on user role groups to maintain appropriate data controls. With funding from the Government of Canada through FedDev Ontario Everest developed its dashboard prototype in 2019/2020 and has been implementing dashboard solutions for clients.
Whether you are interested in risked-based metrics to manage data integrity, clinical trial monitoring effectiveness, and clinical site progress, or you are interested in reviewing patient data trends, the Everest Clinical Data Dashboard Solution can be tailored to your needs with custom visualizations thoughtfully designed in collaboration with you, powered by Everest web development and SAS programming teams.
Here are ways the Everest Clinical Data Dashboard can support your needs:
· Centralized portal to review clinical trial metrics and patient data, bringing together multiple data sources
· Integrate data from EDC and other sources – can enable near-real time view of data and metrics reporting that is otherwise delivered on a periodic basis
· Graphical visualizations, tables, and listing downloads across all data categories
· Ability to apply custom rules and graphical output to view your data as you like it
· Risk-based metrics for site data entry, SDV, query management, and missing/overdue EDC forms
· Patient EDC data visualizations and trending, including patient profile generation according to study specifications
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This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.
Ce projet est financé en partie par le gouvernement du Canada à travers l’Agence fédérale de développement économique pour le Sud de l’Ontario.