Academic Research Organizations and Endpoint Adjudication

Discover why Ethical's eAdjudication® is the ARO's Endpoint Adjudication Management Best Fit

Academic Research Organizations (AROs) are commonly involved in Endpoint Adjudication Studies.
AROs can provide Clinical Oversight and Charter Design Consultation for Clinical Trials. Their affiliate Expert Clinicians take very often part in the Adjudication Committees (CEC). But due to their non-profit nature they face funding thresholds typically lower than those found in the industry.

However, AROs can still receive the same benefits that larger businesses expect from endpoint adjudication (EA) software solutions—the speed and lower costs that flow from user-friendly software, more efficient work processes, more reliable data, and more confident decision making. eAdjudication® software services can deliver those benefits, plus a more flexible approach, scaled to their budget constraints.

ARO face specific Challenges as Endpoint Adjudication Providers

Valued as they are for their scientific and medical expertise, AROs have to look for process effectiveness making some adjustments to different working styles and process expectations.

This is just one important field where eAdjudication® can help AROs. eAdjudication® software and services are keyed to an adjudication charter plan, helping AROs fulfill the ultimate goal of compliant trial conduct and a complete regulatory submission. The software’s automation and project management capacities also help AROs meet the timeline and cost control-driven expectations of the business world of CROs and sponsors.

Where eAdjudication® supports ARO's Endpoint Adjudication Management Effectiveness and Compliance

eAdjudication® is much more than just a cloud-based, single-purpose, stand-alone enterprise technology platform that is easy to use and integrate. Ethical takes also care of Software Configuration, Systems Management, and Process Guidance. With limited training, study teams, committee members and staff interact effectively and efficiently in a 21 CFR Part 11- and ISO 27001- compliant environment.

Ethical’s eAdjudication® Staff and Services provide AROs with support and guidance in all phases and Processes associated Endpoint Adjudication Studies: from initial mapping of the adjudication charter specifications to regulatory submission.

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Endpoint Adjudication Charter Analysis
Adjudication Charter Analysis & Features' Mapping
Adjudication Study User Requirements Specifications
U.R.S Definition and Software Validation
CEC Member Training
CEC Members Training, Oversight and Alerting
Adjudication Operations Oversight
Study Operations Oversight and Quality Control
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Data and Documents Integration Traking and Exports
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Study Outcomes Reporting to Staff and  Sponsors
Adjudication Study Closure and Data Submission
Study Closure and Data Submission Packages

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