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ERT Launches New Online Gateway to Improve Cardiac Safety in Clinical Trials
Date:7/7/2009

stigators and medical monitors, can use the portal to track the progress of their clinical trials. Key information is continuously updated including - ECG findings and interpretations, ECG quality, abnormalities, query resolution and other key study metrics.

My Study Portal is powered by ERT's proprietary EXPERT(TM) Technology Platform - a robust, secure and validated clinical-research workflow-processing technology that powers centralized electronic data collection, data management and information exchange. The EXPERT platform is tailored for the unique requirements of ERT's Cardiac Safety and ePRO Solutions. Study data reports can be easily generated against live data from the EXPERT data management system - other than the full custom data set several types of standard reports are available including study and visit tracking, missing visits, unresolved queries, comprehensive ECG analysis, abnormal ECGs and trial summary.

Unlike traditional static reporting portals, this new interactive portal facilitates a wide variety of customer support initiatives from supply ordering to retrieving real time key ECG information that can be reviewed and analyzed by cardiologists immediately. The Electronic Query Resolution feature allows sponsors and sites to review unresolved queries and respond within seconds. ECG results, findings and alerts can be reviewed in pre-filtered listings and configurable reports using the Live ECG Gateway. Site Qualification forms can also be submitted digitally to ERT for immediate approval.

The ERT customer care and technical support team is on hand 24/7 and resource materials, such as equipment manuals and quick reference guides, can be posted on-line for access anytime during the study process.

This comprehensive set of on-line tools provides functionality to improve the setup, planning and closeout processes of all clinical trials. The content and reporting tools are organi
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