Perceptive is just that

By staff reporter

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Related tags: Interactive voice response, Clinical trial

Perceptive Informatics, a subsidiary of Parexel, has released the
latest version of its web interface for data capture, patient
randomisation and the management of study drug inventory for
clinical trials.

Perceptive's new Interactive Web Response System (IWRS) version 2.0 integrates with the company's existing Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) and offers users a single web application for reporting and interactive web response.

"Sponsors could experience significant cost reduction and greater efficiencies in study management when IWRS is used to the fullest extent,"​ said Todd Joron, corporate vice president and general manager of Perceptive.

"The product is designed to help clients further streamline their clinical trial processes, reduce waste in clinical supplies and make inventory management more predictive and accurate,"​ he said.

The software allows study teams to access real-time web reporting for all aspects of clinical trials tracking, therefore enhancing their ability to make informed decisions.

The system's interactive features include snapshots of project status as well as detailed study metrics, enabling trial monitors to follow progress of their sites, plan and prepare monitoring and to identify potential site issues, such as slow enrolment and high dropout rates.

Sponsors can also aggregate data from multiple sources, such as Clinical Trial Management Systems (CTMS), data management, and enterprise resource planning systems, to provide a more comprehensive view of their clinical trials, said the company.

The IWRS also provides users the tools for site recruitment and management as well as inventory management and clinical supplies forecasting and can be configured for patient screening, enrollment, randomisation, compliance and electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO).

Related topics: Clinical Development

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