Monitoring Clinical Trials
Monitoring Clinical Trials by Dr. Oestreich Partner
We provide both on-site and online monitoring for the monitoring of clinical trials. The monitoring of clinical trials is conducted efficiently and reliably with the support of up-to-date software solutions. Our highly experienced multi-disciplinary staff is there to assist you in all the required specialist fields. We additionally draw on a large network of local monitors and partners with year-long ICH-GCP experience, which means that the monitoring of clinical trials can be carried out in all medical indications with increased cost efficiency.
At Dr. Oestreich + Partner GmbH medical and technical expertise can be combined to ensure the highest level of quality in the monitoring of clinical trials. For over 10 years our proprietary web-based online systems, OPVERDI and PMS Box, have been operational global in the most current respective versions and in multiple languages. OPVERDI and PMS box are EDC (Electronic Data Capture) systems, which have been developed specifically for the conduct of international clinical research projects. Over and above the electronic monitoring of clinical studies they also allow the completion of many other activities, without having to visit the investigational site.
Monitoring Clinical Trials – the Advantages
Through the use of internet-based EDC systems, all involved parties can be informed of the status of the monitoring of clinical trials in real time. Project managers, investigators, other authorised users and monitors are all linked with each other. They can exchange information and make joint decisions with regard to the latest results from the monitoring of clinical studies. In addition, the regularly updated project folder enables the monitors to prepare their visits to investigators.
The use of modern EDC software technology enables not only the prevention or the easy correction of errors, but by electronic means communication is faster and can be carried out in various languages. In this way, substantial time savings can be achieved. In addition, all parties involved in the monitoring of clinical studies have access to a central and consistent data pool that can be rapidly accessed and analysed. Using electronic means, such as study plan amendments and interim analyses can be more flexibly adapted during the study.