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ERT eCOA Rater Training

Electronic Rater Training for Site Staff/Clinicians (ClinRO),
Caregivers (ObsRO), Proxy Reporters and Subjects (PRO)

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ERT Insights Cloud

Delivering Real-time Insights Across
All of Your Clinical Trial Data

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Reduce Site Burden

Optimize ECG and Clinical Outcome Assessments
with One Integrated Tablet Solution

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Meet MasterScope 2.0

The New, All-In-One Respiratory &
Multi-Endpoint Trial Platform

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ERT is the leading cloud platform solutions provider that captures quality efficacy and safety endpoints, harmonizes data from any clinical source system, and delivers real-time insights for optimum trial performance.



ERT is a software enabled solutions provider with over 40 years of experience collecting clinical efficacy and safety endpoints with the ultimate goal of innovating better health.

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DIA: Advancing the Science of Study Endpoints

"Advancing the Science of Study Endpoints"Chaired by Dr. Chad Gwaltney, ERT Chief Scientist and Regulatory Advisor For more information, visit: October 5-6, 2015 Hyatt Regency Bethesda One Bethesda Metro...
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Clinical Trials & IoT Forum

James Munz, ERT's Vice President of Innovation will deliver a session, “Exploring Clinical Data Management in an IoT World” For more information, visit: October 7-8, 2015 The Inn at Longwood...
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2015 PRO & eCOA Congress – D.C.


Attend an exclusive two-and-a-half day PRO and eCOA Congress, which will be held in Washington, D.C. 27-29 October, 2015. The Congress is the industry’s foremost PRO & eCOAs event designed…

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ISPOR 18th Annual European Congress

Visit us at booth 708. For more information, please visit here. ERT will present the following: Presentations: - “Patient-Reported Outcomes: Can their Use in Observational (“real world”) Research be Considered...
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Partnerships in Clinical Trials Congress 2015

Stop by and visit us at stand 315. For more information, please visit here. November 17-19, 2015 CCH-Congress Center Hamburg Am Dammtor / Marseiller Strasse 20355 Hamburg Germany
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Gender and Phase I Data as Factors in the Design of a Thorough QT Study: Results of the FDA Ethnicity Trials and Current Issues Impacting Cardiac Safety Research

Potential refinements in the conduct of Thorough QT (TQT) studies to assess the cardiac safety of new drugs have emerged based on new data and evolving regulatory perspectives. A recent...
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From CTMS to Clinical-Trials-Intelligence-Solution: How Technology Agnostic Integration & Analytics Automate Clinical Trials Management

Responsible for a broad range of study management activities, including the selection, monitoring, oversight, and payment of investigator sites, Clinical Operations teams are challenged by a fragmented eClinical ecosystem and...
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Regulatory, Scientific, and Operational Advantages of Collecting Clinical Outcome Assessments (COAs) Electronically in Clinical Trials

Each month, the ERT Endpoints to Insights webinar series will focus on different aspects of effective endpoint data collection and on-demand analytics for clinical trials and healthcare. For the October...
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From Standards to Risk-Based Monitoring – Executing a Successful Spirometry Trial

As respiratory clinical trial protocols become more rigorous, and sponsors increasingly strive to meet regulatory requirements for precise endpoint measurement, how can technology and process optimization ease site burden, enhance...
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Effective Methods for Assessing Suicide Risk in Clinical Studies

Prospective assessment of suicide ideation in clinical studies can be burdensome for non-neurologists. According to the 2012 FDA Draft Guidance, prospective suicidal ideation and behavior assessments should be carried out...
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Improving Clinical Outcomes and Medication Adherence with Integrated Medical Devices

The proliferation of consumer sensors and the Internet of Things has the potential to stream volumes of research data, but what is appropriate data for clinical trials? Which technologies can...
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