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Applied Clinical Trials ; 30(3):25-29, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-20236693


Fully-integrated, component-based CDMS offers flexibility, customization, and efficiency Effective and efficient clinical data collection and management is one of the key factors affecting clinical trial success and is of heightened importance during the COVID-19 pandemic.1 Not only have the scope and complexity of clinical trials continued to increase over the past decade, but the volume and diversity of clinical study data grows ever larger. Researchers have accelerated the development of vaccines and therapeutics for COVID-19 as evidenced by the 4,846 trials found on clinicaltrials. gov.2 The COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique opportunity for understanding technologies that can enable trial data management and their effects on streamlining;and expediting clinical trial design and implementation. Specific measurements evaluated in this study were: database build efficiency, velocity of data collection, frequency of protocol amendments on the database, and the time impact of mid-study updates to the database. [...]the ability to execute mid-study updates or post-go live changes with minimal to no downtime (< one hour) allowed the users and sponsors to work in parallel rather than in serial fashion, speeding up trial start dates and implementation of protocol amendments, and accommodating adaptive COVID-19 trial design.