Munich, Germany (PRWEB) May 14, 2014
XClinical, a global provider of eClinical solutions, today announces the availability of INCA version 1.6, medical coding software featuring MedDRA and WHODrug dictionaries, including an automated web interface to EDC systems such as MARVIN.
INCA (“Integrated Coding Architecture”) is a web-based application that enables users to classify health related data such as patient medications and adverse events using an auto-encoder as well as a user-friendly manual coding, review and approval workflow. Previous versions of INCA were in use for many years at one of XClinical’s CRO partners.
As with all XClinical solutions, the INCA coding application is closely integrated with MARVIN, XClinical’s CDISC ODM certified eClinical platform featuring EDC, CDM, IWRS, CTMS, WebPRO, and SDTM conversion software modules. INCA may also be used with other EDC systems. “INCA provides an architecture for seamless integration with EDC systems, such as our own solution MARVIN, via web services. This saves time and costs by eliminating the data management efforts of importing terms and exporting codes,” says Dr. Philippe Verplancke, XClinical’s Managing Director. “In addition, coding-related queries are automatically transferred back to the investigator in the EDC system.”
XClinical GmbH was established in Munich, Germany in 2002 to support the clinical development of drugs and medical products through the use of efficient software. XClinical offers a CDISC-certified Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system “MARVIN” and tools such as the Study Composer, INCA and the TABULATOR to create a reliable, flexible and powerful software suite. The e-CRF and edit checks can be set up by customers themselves within just a few weeks without programming knowledge. The MARVIN platform already integrates numerous modules such as Clinical Data Management (CDM), Clinical Trial Management (CTM), Randomization (IWRS), Patient Reported Outcomes (ePRO), etc. in one unique application with centralized data storage. XClinical invites customers to put new features on their software development roadmap.