ePharmaSolutions upgrades CTP

By Nick Taylor

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ePharmaSolutions has launched Clinical Trial Portal (CTP) 4.0, adding new capabilities including electronic monitor visit report (eMVR) and improved site feasibility application (SFA).

CTP is designed to help biopharm and contract research organisations (CRO) accelerate and improve study start-up and site management. To achieve this CTP incorporates a number of “site friendly​” components and these have been added to and enhanced in the latest version.

Among the new functionalities is eMVR. This supports the authoring, completion and submission of on and offline monitor trip reports with an electronic signature.

ePharmaSolutions has also improved the system’s SFA. This now gives self-service access to more than 200,000 clinical investigators in 127 countries, streamlining workflows to improve the efficiency of the site selection process.

The system also has patient recruitment manager (PRM) capability which integrates an institutional review board (IRB)/ ethics committee (EC) material management application. This has an on demand ordering and tracking feature for global studies.

Furthermore, the PRM system can track the impact of recruitment strategies to provide a comparison between planned and actual enrolment metrics at site, country and study levels. Clients can also automate forecasting calculations and contingency planning.

ePharmaSolutions has also made “significant progress integrating with some of the leading CTMS (clinical trial management system) and IVRS (interactive voice response system) vendors​”, added Steven Beales, the company’s vice president of information technology.

This allows ePharmaSolutions “to implement single-sign-on and ensure a two-way transfer of data can be completed with little, if any, data discrepancy errors between the systems​", explained Beales.

Additional time savings can be made by using the system to populate the user administration or activation forms for 14 of the leading clinical trial technologies, according to Beales. This reduces the time taken activating a user in each system being used on the trial.

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