The cost efficient solution
IRT (IWRS/IVRS) is the simplest and most user-friendly way to capture Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) in clinical trials. It does not require additional costly equipment, extensive training or long start-up times.
- With IRT there is no hardware or software to distribute or support.
- A call-back option provides free communication to patients, on top of the usual toll-free system that is in place.
- S-CLINICA uses its IRT for capturing patient data. Our unique setup interface is also used to create fully customizable and configurable questionnaires at minimum time. Within just few days you can have your scripts implemented, and their ease of use verified.
- Prompt script completion is particularly important for an ePRO system, as the scripts need to be reviewed and approved by the ethics committee in the local languages.
Ease of use
- IRT is easy to use. Patients do not need to be trained on the use of new hardware. They can simply contact us using their own phone.
- In IVRS, a patient has the possibility to carry-on with the remaining questions if the line was cut during a call.
Immediate access to the collected data
- Patient compliance can be easily controlled with ePRO. Issues trigger automatic site alerts and patient call-backs. Answer-dependent safety alerts are also available.
- All reported information is time-stamped, making it easy to tell if the data was entered when it was supposed to.
- Reports can be customized to fit your needs.
- Adding new reports remains fast and easy even after system go-live.
Real-time data integration with any EDC
- Our ePRO is fully integrated with our IRT. Patients are immediately known to the ePRO system and do not need to be re-entered. Patient access codes are provided to the site during screening via the IRT.
- Our ePRO is fully integrated with our EDC and can be inked to any other EDC through real time, fully secure bi-directional data transfer.
- ePRO data is automatically sent to the EDC and site users have access to it in read-only mode.
- EDC data can be transferred and used by the ePRO. An example is the transfer of concomitant medication information from the EDC to the ePRO, used to ask about consumption of that medication in the ePRO.