IVRCC created a complex, interactive, web-based ediary enabling hemophilia patients to capture details about severity, symptoms & more.
With our configurable electronic data collection tools, capture retrospective data to enable clinical insights.
IVRCC’s electronic system to execute a placebo response reduction strategy was used in one recent phase II study evaluating subjects with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). Sequential Parallel Comparison Design (SPCD) is just one example of a recent randomization design innovation for which IVRCC’s custom programmed systems were utilized to achieve a faster, smaller, lower cost trial with statistically better data.
Learn how effective use of text, notifications, email, fax, reports, and alerts enable us to connect with hundreds of clinical study participants and personnel.
IVRCC's custom-built native app was an ideal choice for the Operating Room that had no access to Wi-Fi, by being able to accommodate a large number of Inclusion/Exclusion criteria, the possibility of tablet or internet failure, and proper randomization treatment assignment exactly per protocol.
The client compared the costs of our BYOD system with two other bids which collected data from subjects using proprietary handheld devices. With our IVR system, patients use their own phone or smartphone for daily diary collection, which saved the client several hundred thousand dollars.
IVRCC collaborated with the client on a multi-center, randomized, double-blind, parallel group, vehicle-controlled study. The client realized a significant cost savings by combining two protocols, IRT application build, validation, hosting and maintenance costs into one application.
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From project managers to administrators and programmers, the IVRCC team worked closely with the client to design and create custom applications that tracked and displayed the results of diary compliance to the participants. All calculations were in real-time so that the system reporting was current and accessible at all times.
IVRCC was able to provide an affordable and adaptable solution that provided data that was easy to integrate with the final EDC database. The study article was recently published in The New England Journal of Medicine.