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DZS Clinical: software upgrade improves data transparency

By Melissa Fassbender contact

- Last updated on GMT

The system is delivered via a compliant private cloud. (Image: iStock/JackyLeung)
The system is delivered via a compliant private cloud. (Image: iStock/JackyLeung)

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DZS Clinical Services launched its enhanced ClinPlus 3.1 eClinical software at DIA 2016 this week in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The ClinPlus eClinical Platform combines electronic data capture, a clinical trial management system, an interactive web response system and eTMF functionality into a single platform.

According to Greg Ambra, M.S., Vice President, Clinical Operations, DZS Clinical Services, “As a full-service CRO with proprietary software, our clients are always looking to us for effective ways to improve the quality of clinical research through innovative technology solutions and process optimization​.”

Combining EDC, CTMS, IWRS, eTMF and Supply Management functionality in a single platform, allowed the company “to simplify our process and at the same time improve data transparency and report flexibility​,” Ambra told us.

Additionally, a single platform reduces set-up and administration time required and increases overall efficiency by having all information in a single repository, according to DZS .

A unified system also eliminates the complexities and limitations associated with integrating disparate systems and provides a wider array of metrics and near real-time visibility of all data within a single system​,” Ambra added.

The system is delivered via a compliant private cloud and users have a single sign-in to access eClinical functionality. The system provides real-time visibility to key performance indicators to “proactively identify issues and risks at an early stage and improves data quality through increased flexibility, transparency and process optimization​,” said Ambra, who added that the company worked to design the system from a user’s perspective.

This maximizes user acceptance and minimizes training requirements​,” Ambra added. “We know appropriate technology combined with excellent service is critical to producing high-quality data results in clinical research​.”

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