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The strengths of electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) versus paper solutions

In contrast to paper solutions, electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) demonstrates strengths such as:AccuracyCompletenessTimingsAttributabilityUser-friendlinessRegulatory compliance Download the "eCOA vs paper" infographic Ask for a demo

The relevance of ePROs in early phase clinical trials

Early phase clinical research (phase 1 and 2a) focuses on characterizing the behavior of the investigational product in humans, finding...

3 considerations to take into account when setting up an eCOA clinical trial

In a clinical trials environment that is moving increasingly towards digitalization and decentralization, it remains crucial to maintain high-quality electronic...

Kayentis operational excellence

Why do customers recommend Kayentis for operational excellence? More than 95% of Kayentis customers recommend Kayentis for its:Customer-centric approachEnd-to-end project...

Innovation and Partnerships: The Biotech Perspective

In the ever-evolving landscape of biotechnology, groundbreaking advancements continue to shape the future of healthcare. In this exclusive interview, Estelle...

Addressing challenges with eCOA at the site-level

The eCOA: Getting Better Together Initiative launched by the Critical Path Institute in 2019 aimed to identify and address issues...

Flexible approaches to eCOA administration in clinical trials: The site perspective

To address the need to embed flexibility in eCOA use, the “Support Flexible Approaches to PRO Data Collection” project was...

Why you should implement a BYOD strategy for your eCOA trial

Improve your clinical trial efficiency and offer more choice to patients by implementing a BYOD strategy for your eCOA trial!...

How Kayentis Helps You Manage The Growing Complexities Of eCOA Trials

We all know clinical trials are more and more complex, involving an increasing number of systems, multiple populations, and an...

ePRO data collection: Decision-making for the adoption of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategy

Electronic devices have been systematically provided to participants to report Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) data in clinical trials and electronic...

The shift to data collection at home: Strategies to support flexibility, ensure data quality, and preserve data privacy

The rate at which we now collect data in clinical trials is astonishing. With decentralization of clinical trials, study data...

Let’s give a voice to trial patients with the Participant Feedback Questionnaire!

The Participant Feedback Questionnaire (PFQ) is one way to engage patients by asking them about their experience of participating in...

Participant Feedback Questionnaire, a voice for study patients!

The need to engage patients during clinical trials is no longer debatable; the question is how clinical trial stakeholders can...

Big Pharma Case Study

Kayentis has more than eighteen years of success stories with Big Pharma, and has been helping Big Pharma mitigate clinical...

Consider data management at each step of your study

At Kayentis, we:Make sure everyone has the same expectations for the dataThink of all the “what ifs!”Ensure the delivery of...

Decentralized Clinical Trials
Essential tips to avoid common pitfalls

Despite the numerous advantages of Decentralized Clinical Trials, reducing on-site visit means that data endpoints need to be captured via...

“Get ready for fully remote eCOA in your next DCT trial” webcast

Are you ready for fully remote eCOA in your next DCT trial?Learn how to build a better plan for Data...

“DCT is not the goal, just the means” webinar

Using technology to add flexibility to clinical trials can support patients and sites – but a thoughtful consideration of the...

Televisits in clinical trials: Why integrate a telemedecine feature in your eCOA trials?

With clinical trials digitalization and decentralization comes the possibility for patients to complete several of their clinical study procedures remotely,...

Interview mode: a valuable data collection alternative supporting Decentralized Clinical Trials

Collecting ePRO & eObsRO data via interview mode can be recommended in specific circumstances, according to the medical conditions, operational...

Choose a strong partner to ensure the success of your decentralized clinical trials!
6 good reasons to select Kayentis

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DCT trials

The added value of a single platform DCT trials means bringing the study to the patient’s environment instead of asking...

Expanding flexibility of eCOA data collection with controlled interview mode

With quickly evolving technologies, electronic Patient Reported Outcomes (ePROs) can now be administered in a variety of ways. If ePRO...

Key considerations for the implementation of successful Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs)

Many chronic diseases such as invasive cancers, inflammatory disorders, cardiovascular, or central nervous system diseases can have a significant impact...

3 good reasons to adopt Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCT)

The clinical trials industry has been facing numerous and long-lasting challenges of patient recruitment and retention, patient compliance, and clinical...

3 Key Recommendations For A Successful BYOD Study

BYOD is a patient-centered method of collecting patients’ data electronically during clinical trials, providing strong value for pharma organizations and...

How to improve site experience through IRT and eCOA integration?

The Clin’form eCOA solution is ready for integration with any IRT system: benefit from our open eCOA platform to optimize...

Patients are ready for BYOD – are you?

Patients are ready to adopt BYOD: 45% of patients prefer BYOD, 40% have no preference, and 15% prefer provisioned device....

Data Management – Essential for all studies including eCOA

  In a perfect world, you would choose your Clinical Outcome Assessments (COAs), write your statistical analysis plan (SAP), license...

BYOD: When, why and how?

What are the main characteristics that make BYOD a strong feature for decentralized trials? What are the key factors to...

WebCOA back-up
The best balance for data quality, ease-of-use, and cost for your clinical studies!

7 reasons to choose a web-based back-up solution for your eCOA studies   WebCOA is a back-up solution, which is...

Do we really know what clinical trial patients need?

Let’s challenge our beliefs: Do we really know what clinical trial patients need? Do we have the right understanding of...

eCOA setup: How to ensure a successful launch by navigating complexities

Discover the presentation on eCOA setup held by Estelle Haenel, Medical Director @Kayentis, during Clinical Trials Europe and Outsourcing in...

Plan a successful web back-up strategy for your clinical trials #infographic

Have you anticipated all situations? Discover the key advantages of our WebCOA back-up! Guarantee patient & site compliance Site staff...

eCOA back-up strategies

No longer the “what if” situation: today’s reality and eCOA back-up strategies.How to ensure they are adapted? There have always...

eCOA set-up

How to anticipate eCOA complexities and ensure a successful launch? Setting up a study with eCOA should be straight forward:...

eCOA challenges of long term studies

How to anticipate eCOA complexities in multi-year studies & develop best practice to support sites? Using eCOA solutions can bring...

Put an end to eCOA misconceptions #infography

Discover below the 5 reasons to adopt eCOA solutions.Want to learn more about eCOA misconceptions? Click here! To download "Put...

eCOA training: How to maximize data collection and completeness?

Although tablets and smartphones are widely used nowadays, not everybody is yet familiar with these devices. An adapted training will...

Patient Reported Outcomes: don’t skip that question!

When setting up Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) for Clinical Trials, at some point you will inevitably consider the option of...

Technological ways to make clinical trials really global

Although clinical trials are meant to cover global populations, the pool of patients currently enrolled in clinical trials is not...

Misconception #5 on eCOA barriers: Regulatory bodies are reluctant to accept eCOA data

https://youtu.be/C1bRj8NwM7Y There seems to be a lot of uncertainty here as people tend to think that electronic data acceptance by...

Misconception #4 on eCOA barriers: Preparing for eCOA requires additional lead time

https://youtu.be/gmnVSwOoIiI Time is of the essence for any clinical study. Nobody wants to lose time when starting a clinical trial....

Misconception #3 on eCOA barriers: eCOA implementation requires higher investment

https://youtu.be/G_bGrZ6nXbk A general misconception is that eCOA implementation will generate additional costs. Early investment is required for eCOA implementation that...

Misconception #2 on eCOA barriers: Data might be lost due to device failure

https://youtu.be/vCsK9JI61-U The fear of losing data is more than legitimate. As clinical trial stakeholders you will have good stories to tell...

Misconception #1 on eCOA barriers: Patient training and re-training plan is a burden

https://youtu.be/y22gyfmBYsU As “end users “of innovative technologies, site staff and patients need to embrace the digital transformation as much as...

Are barriers to eCOA adoption true hurdles?

Over recent years, as an industry, we seem to have created a paradox: we increase investment in technological developments, but...

eCOA Back-up Solutions: Perception vs Reality

Digital solutions have without a doubt improved both the quality and the quantity of data collected in clinical trials. The...

eCOA study: Paper back-up and data reliability

eCOA study: the impact of a paper back-up system on data reliability In any eCOA study, a data back-up solution...

The benefits & practicalities of aligning the objectives of an eCOA vendor with those of the study

Any enduring business relationship between a service provider and a client is built on a thorough understanding of the client’s...

Including eCOA in a clinical trial in China

With a large patient pool and growing pharma market opportunities, study sites in China are included in more and more...

Challenges of back-up solutions in eCOA studies

Why is there a need for a back-up solution? In some cases, the eCOA user (investigator/site staff, patient, or observer)...

Consolidation in the eCOA industry: How does this impact the quality of service delivery? and the choice of service providers?

The eCOA industry continues to evolve with yet more consolidation amongst traditional providers. Given the longitudinal nature of many eCOA...

Infography: Kayentis added values for CROs

Kayentis is a global eCOA vendor created in 2003, 100% dedicated to eCOA. Here is an overall infography about Kayentis...

Mobile technologies & wearable devices for Healthcare and Clinical Research

Mobile technology & wearable devices are becoming increasingly prominent in healthcare and clinical research, but we're only starting to understand...

// White paper // Digital Technology and Patients Tools in Clinical Trials – Part 2

Moving on from the “Selection & Evaluation of Technology Service Providers White Paper Part 1”, this white paper about digital...

// White paper // Digital Technology and Patients Tools in Clinical Trials – Part 1

Digital technology today has become an important tool in facilitating access to and engagement with the subjects participating in clinical...

// White paper // The European Union General Data Protection Regulations

The European Union (EU) Data Protection Regulations (GPDR), effective from 27 April 2016, will apply to all organisations responsible for data...

Infography: 7 lesser known advantages of eCOA over COA

Advantages of eCOA: Clinical Outcomes Assessment (COA) data in clinical and epidemiological studies can be collected using traditional paper questionnaires...

// White paper // Local storage or Cloud hosting?

Over the last 25 years the collection of clinical research data has moved from paper-based systems to electronic data capture...

Advantages of direct review of patient-recorded data by clinicians

In ePRO clinical trials, patients may use tablets to record their data. What if the clinician uses the same device...

//White paper// eCOA vs COA: pros and cons

Electronic tools allow the collection of data (electronic Clinical Outcomes Assessments [eCOA]) from patients, physicians, observers (mainly parents), and caregivers...

Hidden costs of paper ICFs

The past few years have seen a new breakthrough in electronic data capture: the electronic Informed Consent Form (eICF). Nowadays,...

Data Management: a key factor in data quality

The constant increase in the volume of clinical data and the emergence of new technologies in the medical field over...

//COAs white paper// Why are they important criteria in the evaluation of dossiers by health authorities?

Diverse elements have combined in recent years to make Clinical Outcome Assessments (COAs), and particularly Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs), important...

How to handle connectivity issues in electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA) clinical studies?

Connectivity is key when using electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) tools in clinical studies. But what are the requirements of...

How to choose an electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) backup solution?

In recent years the use of electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) tools to improve clinical data quality has become more...

The 6 challenges to succeed in a global eCOA study

Several elements have to be respected in order to succeed in achieving a global eCOA study. Here is a list...

Infography to find out how to switch from COA to eCOA

Infography COA to eCOA: in many cases this move from COA to eCOA generates cost cuts for the sponsor as...

Switching from COA to eCOA – 6 points checklist

Benefits generated by a switch from COA to eCOA have already been clearly demonstrated by many: it allows instant access...

How complex authentication should be in eCOA devices?

Authentication is a requirement that can’t be underestimated. It is key that user’s identity is guaranteed, but daily usage should...
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