Research data capture and cleaning is critical for R&D teams, but it can be time-consuming and prone to errors. The good news is, you no longer have to worry about manual entry of lab data in records. biomedion's iRAW offers intelligent raw data management that will help bridge the data-capture gap and help you to GxP archiving.
With data capture integration, you can streamline data capture and source data verification, allowing for more efficient and accurate data capture. Rule-based or AI-driven, automated data entry also supports greater diversity of both site and patient participation.
So, what are the best practices to consider when implementing archiving integration across the life cycle?
Firstly, you need to ensure that all data is captured accurately and securely, and that it meets regulatory requirements. Automation can be used to simplify data capture processes, and make sure that data is collected and stored in a consistent manner. To ensure accuracy, you should also double-check data using a source-data verification process.
Secondly, you need to consider how to securely store and share data. Cloud-based solutions such as iRAW allow you to securely store and access data from any device, and to securely share data with external stakeholders.
Finally, you should consider how to simplify data analysis and reporting. Automated reporting tools can help you quickly and easily generate reports from your data, allowing you to identify trends and insights quicker.
By following these best practices and leveraging the power of iRAW, you can bridge the data-capture gap and make archiving easier and more efficient. We are here to help you make the most of your data, so you can get the most out of your R&D team. Get in touch with us today to learn more about how biomedion can help you!
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