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logo Clinical Research IO wins over CRAs

In a survey, CRAs not only compared CRIO favorably to paper, but 52% also agreed that eSource will become the primary mode of data collection over the next five years.

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logo Getting Your Site Ready for eSource

Technology unlocks efficiency and streamlines and standardizes workflow processes. For these reasons, virtually every industry has transformed itself through technology. Raymond Nomizu discusses the benefits and challenges of switching to eSource.

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logo Software-Enabled Clinical Trials

With the rise of new software tools that make research faster, cheaper, and more accessible and with a forward-looking FDA digital health team, the time is ripe for a clinical trial paradigm shift.

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logo Regeneris Medical Uses Clinical Research IO Software For Anti-Aging Trial

Regeneris Medical, a Massachusetts-based anti-aging research center, is using Clinical Research IO on a series of trials to measure the efficacy of regenerative cellular therapies on a wide range of indications. The center explains that the ability to monitor remotely in real-time makes it a more hands-on, cost-effective way of working with sites.

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logo eSource in the Age of Complexity

Raymond Nomizu explains that widespread adoption of eSource will become a necessity as clinical research becomes more consolidated and study protocols become more complex.

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logo eSource: The Next Emerging Category of Software

Clinical Research IO (CRIO) launched in September 2016 (co-founded by the above Raymond Nomizu) and by January 2017 has signed up 50 research sites in North America. The company has proven that investigators are eager for a solution if it's appropriately built.

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logo EMR Data Use For Medical Research Sparks Demand For Intermediaries

For a number of reasons, clinical research has been somewhat paper-bound in the past. But that's changing. In fact, a consortium of leading pharma companies known as TransCelerate Biopharma has been driving an initiative promoting "eSourcing," the practice of using appropriate electronic sources of data for clinical trials.

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logo New Clinical Research E-Source Introduces Tablet-Based Data Collection

A new clinical research e-source system aims to replace paper with tablet-based data collection. Clinical Research IO (CRIO) is a website and Android app that allows users to conduct visits on a tablet or desktop, design source online, manage and schedule subjects, and communicate with study monitors remotely.

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