Non-interventional studies (NIS) - Dr. Oestreich + Partner GmbH
Non-interventional studies (NIS) compile observations and insights gained during the commercialization phase of approved drugs and certified medical devices. In the area of non-interventional studies (NIS), the primary focus is on data collection and their evaluation with regard to the efficacy, tolerability, economy and application behavior of a product or device. Dr. Oestreich + Partner offers proprietary electronic data capture (EDC) systems for the capture and analysis of the corresponding data that incorporate all legal requirements for non-interventional studies (NIS).
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Customized software for non-interventional studies (NIS)
With regard to increasing demands, statutory requirements and laws, Dr. Oestreich + Partner has developed software solutions that facilitate the needs-based and practical analysis of all data for non-interventional studies (NIS). Our team provides extensive, bundled expertise in both medical and technical fields to enable the creation of our database systems. Our software solutions PMSBOX and OPVERDI are accessible via the Internet to all authorized staff. The OPVERDI documentation system offers numerous options for the display, review and security of the data for non-interventional studies (NIS). With our PMSBOX program, which is also Internet-based, all authorized staff receive current and comprehensive information on the progress of the study at all times and can communicate interactively with each other. Dr. Oestreich + Partner also provides expert consulting services for non-interventional studies (NIS). At our training facilities in Cologne, we regularly provide standardized or customized training for research, marketing and sales staff. Our expert trainers and instructors also provide further education and informational seminars on topics such as non-interventional studies (NIS).
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