DM and Monitoring

Efficient data cleaning and monitoring

The Conduct App enables DMs and CRAs to interact effectively with site staff during review and monitoring of eCRF data

The Conduct app is a complete clinical data environment for Sponsors and CROs and becomes a central point within the Encapsia suite. It helps Data Managers, CRAs and Project Managers to track, review and clean all incoming clinical data in real time, whether entered via EDC or eSource.

Driven by roles, it streamlines tasks, reduces duplication and encourages teamwork.

DM and Monitoring

Benefits of the Encapsia Conduct App

  • Instant tracking, reviewing and cleaning of all clinical trial data: This is all done in Conduct, whether the data was entered via eCRFs in the Entry app, as electronic source data in the eSource app or as multimedia in the eSource app.
  • Easier jobs for Data Managers: Once logged in to Conduct, you can select a mode that will guide you through a particular task. For example, you may want to find all the queries that you raised and acknowledge any of the sites’ responses. Or perhaps you are performing safety reconciliation on all events that have been categorized as serious.
  • Complete overview of data and their history: Within Conduct you have a full set of comprehensive supporting information for each data point. You can see queries, tags and the current state of all reviews clearly displayed on screen, along with the signature and lock status. If you have the appropriate access levels, you can access multimedia attachments that have been added by site staff and clicking on a data point displays its complete history, showing not just the audit trail information but every event that has occurred in the lifecycle of the data.
  • Increased and live collaboration amongst study team: You can view all open and historic queries and responses in Conduct and you can raise new manual queries too, which appear immediately in the relevant Encapsia data entry environment, be that Entry or eSource. And when site staff respond to queries, their responses are immediately visible in Conduct.
  • Effective issue management: An intuitive project management platform, Encapsia allows trials to be set up with multiple levels of review called tracks. Each track is used to define a subset of the data for review by one or more roles with particular functions. Tracks can be used to select data for SDV, SDR, eligibility review or any other review task. As data is entered, data points are automatically flagged as “To Do” items in any tracks they’re associated with. Users with the responsibility for monitoring a given track can easily see the data points requiring their review

Advantages of the encapsia Conduct App

Query Management

Query Management

Raise and acknowledge queries, filter to locate queries you or your group have raised.

Flexibility

Flexibility

Track review activities such as SDV variable by variable, or groups at a time.

Navigation

Navigation

Navigate through an entire subject's CRF data with a continuous scroll. Use tools to jump directly to the next task.

Gamification

Gamification

Track your progress through activities with simple visualisations.

Audit Trail

Audit Trail

The audit trail for each datapoint contains the full lifecyle of the data, including its values, queries, signatures and lock status.

Tags

Tags

Track issues in your data or study and follow them through to resolution with Encapsia Tags.

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