Improving Subject Data Capture: Incentives, Communication & Personalized Information
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Describe the main limitations of the traditional approach to data capture
- Identify ways to increase subject retention and data quality through incentives, communication and personalized information
- Appraise the value of a subject engagement focused electronic data capture (EDC) system
Summary: The goal of this presentation is to describe the traditional approach to electronic data capture (EDC) and examine new ways to increase subject engagement in the research process using a web-based portal. The presentation will examine the role of incentives, communication, and personally-relevant information as mechanisms to improve data quality, increase data capture rate, and reduce subject dropouts.
Target Audience: This presentation is intended for clinical researchers and study coordinators involved in clinical trials, observational studies, surveys and/or patient registries. Attendees will learn about related functionality in an EDC system called Studytrax and view a demonstration of various case examples.