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Do CRF designs and see exactly how they look in ryze before building your EDC.
Choose any leading EDC system for CRF design. ryze integrates with all the leading systems. Want to know what forms will look like in your EDC? ryze shows how your CRF design looks for Rave, Clinical One and other leading EDCs – as you design in our platform. Just click a button and our eCRF software tool does the rest! That way you can make any changes before building your study. Then build your study with EDC system specific functionality, including edit checks and visit structures.
You can even import an entire study or library from Rave or Clinical One into ryze. We integrate 100% with these EDCs, so it’s just 1 click to import your data. Use ryze to make any changes and preview your CRF design. Then when you’re ready, export your design back into your EDC. Imagine how much time you could save. And how much quicker you could design eCRFs for clinical trials. You can see the process of how to build your EDC from standards in ryze.
If you’re a CRO, the extra pay off is you only need to learn one system with ryze. Without it, you may need to know how different EDC systems work. Including all their validation rules. That’s very time consuming and costly for your organization. But once you know ryze, and you can design and build eCRFs in any of the leading EDCs, right from our platform.
CRFs are used to collect data from patients during clinical trials. CRF design has a direct impact on the success of clinical trial data as it helps to evaluate the effectiveness of the medical product being trialled.
A well designed CRF assists with data analysis and reporting, data management and streamlined audits. They ensure that all required data is collected, and this minimizes data queries. Poor CRF design results in wasted time and resources with deadlines being missed.
ryze understands the importance of study eCRF systems design. As a result, it has been and continues to be a major focus for us. We have worked hard to refine and optimize the form design process. A key feature is the ability to see exactly how your forms will look in your chosen EDC system – precisely at design time. So you can make any necessary changes as you go. You know exactly what you’re going to get. And, you can rest assured that importing your EDC build will be straightforward. With ryze, you’re in control!
You can easily manage your library content in ryze. You can quickly and easily import metadata content into your study from other standards or studies.
You can save a huge amount of time and effort by reusing your metadata assets such as your forms, annotations, edit checks and terminologies which have already been standardized. You can easily and quickly move content from one location to another, and you can decide what granularity of content to import. There’s no limit to the number of libraries you can import from! As a result, your metadata content is consistent and correct and you are less likely to gather the wrong data.
We support integration with a number of different EDCs. At the click of a button you can enable plugins that allow you to see what your forms will look like in your chosen EDC. You can carry out CDISC validation checks and have complete confidence that when you import your study into your chosen EDC, it will be seamless! Learn more about how to automate clinical study build.
Edit checking is a critical task during the CRF clinical trial process that verifies data entry by providing real time feedback at the point when data is entered onto a study CRF. Checks are based on previously decided rules and make sure that data entered is valid, logical and correct, ensuring that the data captured is of the highest quality. Edit checks take a lot of time and resources to create, therefore it makes sense to reuse them where possible.
Not only can you validate against the CDISC ODM standard, you can also validate your EDC build, against the relevant rules for your EDC system. You can run a report which you can save or print out, or simply run our validation tool which displays error, warning and information messages. This means you can quickly and easily fix any problems as you know exactly where to look in your study.
Case report forms (CRFs) are data acquisition forms and their design is based on the protocol. They are used to collect patient data in a clinical trial.
Electronic case report forms (eCRFs) are the same as CRFs except they are designed on a computer. The names “CRF”, “eCRF” and “forms” are used interchangeably.
They increase compliance and increase data quality. There is also better communication. That means less time is needed for data management which results in lower costs.
So that you gather complete and accurate data. They should be well structured, uncluttered, easy to read, and understand. By standardizing study CRFs, your data will be consistent and of a high quality. And you can reuse them. They should address the needs of all key stakeholders such as data entry personnel, the investigator and medical coder.
Yes. Our eCRF tool lets you build eCRFs from scratch, or you can reuse standardized eCRFs. If building from scratch, simply create your form and add sections. Then, add your questions and annotations to it. If you’re reusing a standardized eCRF, you can edit it appropriately. Then in both cases, use our eCRF tool to see what your form will look like in your chosen EDC. Do validation checks and fix any errors. Now, all you need to do is export your eCRF into your EDC.
Yes. You can design your Medidata Rave forms in ryze and visualize how they will look in Medidata Rave. When you are happy with your forms, you can build your Rave EDC at the click of a button.