TrialMax Web™ eCOA (Electronic Clinical Outcomes Assessments)

Source: CRF Health

TrialMax Webâ„¢ Web-Based ePRO Solution

TrialMax Web™ is a web-based diary specifically designed for late phase trials, which tend to be larger and longer in duration.

TrialMax Web™ – a revolution in online eCOA collection

With increasing pressure on companies to prove their products’ commercial value and long-term safety, late phase studies have never been more important. However, the size, length, geographic scope and often observational and/or community-based nature of such studies bring particular challenges for data collection.

  • Designed specifically with late phase studies in mind
  • Globally integrated, online portal
  • Engaging and user-friendly interfaces
  • Facilitates collection of high-quality electronic patient reported outcomes (PRO) and observational reported outcomes (ObsRO) data
  • Improves retention and compliance by utilizing novel tools for patient engagement
  • Fully customizable portal meets each study’s unique needs
  • Accessible both on patients' home computers and their mobile phones to promote a positive patient experience

The TrailMax software platform provides a single solution for eCOA (electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments) in Phase I to IV clinical trials. Combining the latest technology with state-of-the-art usability techniques, our platform supports different data collection modalities to facilitate the greatest flexibility in adapting to different study requirements.

TrialMax Benefits:

  • Simplify data collection – diary guides patients through the study protocol and shows the right questionnaires at the right time
  • Intuitive and easy to use – designed using graphics and specially designed data entry fields that everyone can use easily
  • Suitable for different patient populations – diaries can be specifically adapted for the elderly, those with vision and dexterity problems or children and teenagers
  • Fits into real lives – reminders mean patients can get on with life without having to remember when to answer questions