(PRWEB) February 23, 2002
Fort Lauderdale, Florida--February 21, 2002 Â Research Design Network, Inc., an internet-based electronic data capture and data management services company founded in 2000, offers simple, fast form design (QuickFormÂ), project management services, and electronic data capture from anywhere in the world.
To create a form, provide the name, and title for the new form. Add content, heading text and questions, by completing a questionnaire; provide the question text, select how the user will respond to the question (selected or typed), list the possible answers, and decide how to respond via message if the respondent provides an incorrect answer.
Publish the form to a specific study or survey at which time the database and validation rules (alerts) are automatically generated behind the scenes. The new form is immediately available for data entry via the study visit schedule or survey link.
Facilities for monitoring electronic data capture (EDC) and for querying data are available via a control panel behind the security screen. Administrative features include managing contact information, managing user idÂs and passwords, and setting up a study or survey workspace. Security is ensured via 128-bit encryption and several levels of user authentication.
Adverse Events are reported via an internet-based Medline Form and are automatically coded to COSTART.
Researchdesign.net is in full compliance with 21 CRF Part 11 electronic Records/Signatures, ICH, GCP and FDAÂs Guidance: Computerized Systems used in Clinical Trials.
Research Design Network, Inc. is a privately owned corporation established in Florida in 2000. For more information visit: http://www.researchdesign.net.
Visit our booth at the ACRP annual meeting in Toronto, April 15-17, 2002.