Durham , NC . June 1, 2009 – Mi-Co, (http://www.beyondedc.com), a provider of software and solutions for point of contact electronic data collection, will be showcasing its eClinical solutions at the 45th Annual Drug Information Association (DIA) Conference in San Diego, CA from June 21-25.
Presenting in Mi-Co’s booth will also be Optiform (http://www.optiform.com), a provider of automated healthcare data collection solutions and Mi-Co certified integration partner. The two companies will be exhibiting in Booth # 2213 at the exhibit hall.
Mi-Forms pen-based solutions offer an easy, natural system for collecting electronic data immediately at the point of data generation, online or offline. Highly flexible Mi-Forms software supports a wide range of data entry options including keyboard, tablet PCs, digital pens, pocket PCs and signature capture pads, and can be integrated with existing CTMS and EDC systems. Mi-Forms solutions for clinical trial data collection have been validated for compliance with FDA Regulation 21 CFR Part 11 . Mi-Forms customers save time, improve efficiency, increase the quality of data and improve access to that data by automating paper data collection processes and eliminating manual entry of data from paper forms into browser-based systems.
Mi-Forms can be used in clinical trials applications such as eCRFs, site monitoring visit reports, informed consent forms, SAE reporting and direct eSource generation, all of which significantly improve data entry processes at sites and ensure better quality and availability of data for sponsors. Companies conducting clinical trials can read white papers, research comparative technology studies, and find user application articles at www.beyondedc.com .
Since 2001, organizations such as CROs, pharmaceutical firms, biotech companies, medical device manufacturers, and academic and government labs have used Mi-Forms’ pen-based e-Forms solutions to provide their users with a secure, easy way to collect critical electronic data at the point of data generation, online or offline.
“With our easy, paper-like forms interface, live edit check capability to reduce queries, detailed audit trails and 21 CFR Part 11 compliance, Mi-Forms provides clinical study users with an efficient way to collect electronic data at the point of data generation while supporting the preferred workflow in healthcare – pen on paper,” explained Mi-Co Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Greg Clary. “Mi-Forms offers electronic forms with the simplicity and user-friendliness of paper.”
Since 1999, Mi-Co has been providing pen-based electronic data collection and process automation solutions to a wide variety of industries. In healthcare, Mi-Forms technology is used by hospitals, home health agencies, clinical research organizations, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and clinical trial sites to automate and optimize the processes of paper-based data collection. Mi-Co’s unique e-forms technology includes 4 patents issued and 7 patents pending in digital ink and mobile data collection technology. Mi-Forms provides the most natural user unterface, powerful and flexible solution configuration, and open standards for integration to any existing system, allowing our solutions to deliver significant Return on Investment.
In clinical studies, Mi-Forms extends and optimizes standard web-based EDC systems by eliminating the need for site personnel to manually re-type data collected on paper worksheets. This eliminates keying errors, reduces cost and improves workflow. Mi-Forms also enables rapid data flow to the EDC system for more efficient query resolution, reporting and analysis. Mi-Forms technology has been validated for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance and is CDISC compatible. Please visit our web sites for more information: www.beyondedc.com and www.mi-corporation.com .
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