News | June 01, 2008

New Solution May Enhance Workflow for Clinical Trials

June 2, 2008 - eHealth Global Technologies introduced a new medical record management service, eHealthConnect for Clinical Trials, combining scattered patient records and imaging needed for clinical trials, reportedly regardless of location and format.

This service contains enhanced workflow to support the needs of clinical trials, reportedly benefiting trial sponsors, participants and examiners. eHealthConnect for Clinical Trials is based on the company’s eHealthConnect solution, which replaces ad hoc data collection with a systematic method. Upon request from a clinician or administrator, the Clinical Customer Service team collects, digitizes, organizes, stores and secures medical records for prompt utilization by clinical trial participants and reviewers.

The solution can integrate and provide accessibility of data into the trial sites’ and contract research organization’s information systems, including EMR and PACS. All digitized information is sent to a facility’s internal systems over a virtual private network (VPN), ensuring patient privacy and the security of data. In addition, for premarket and investigational trials, full 21 CFR Part 11 compliant solutions are offered. eHealth Global, through its professional services group, also provides custom interfaces.

For more information: www.ehgt.com

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