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Learn How to Design a Study with Targeted SDV

[fa icon="calendar"] May 20, 2016 2:04:28 PM / by Amy Young

Topics: EDC, clinical trials, SDV

Targeted SDV in eClinicalOS By narrowing your monitoring focus, you can improve overall operations.

Last month, we presented a webinar highlighting one of our new modules: Monitor Management (View the recording here). (And by the way, it was one of our highest-attended webinars of all time!)

Our next webinar also promises to be very popular. On Tuesday May 24th, we will cover Monitoring Levels, another new feature in eClinicalOS. Monitoring Levels is a targeted source data verification (SDV) tool that helps reduce the clinical monitoring burden without compromising data quality.

Industry experts agree – 100% SDV has little impact on the quality of data in any clinical trial. So it only makes sense to target your monitoring to the areas and activities that pose the highest level of risk.

With Monitoring Levels, a variety of targeted SDV plans can be designed using criteria like site performance, analyzed risk, or even geography. Individual sites and subjects can be assigned to a monitoring level, thereby creating a customized, reduced SDV strategy for each study.

At our webinar on May 24th, product director Sebastien Bohn will take you inside the eClinicalOS platform and demonstrate how you can use these features to your advantage in your next study. After his presentation, ample time will be allotted for questions and answers.

Click below to sign up now!

5.24 How to design a Study with Targeted SDV



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