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Are you introducing unnecessary risks into your clinical trial by relying on outdated, error-prone paper diaries to collect patient outcomes?  

Instead, accelerate your research and improve data quality with electronic clinical outcome assessment (eCOA).

Paper diaries continue to be used to collect data in clinical trials, often due to the misperception that electronic data capture is complicated, burdensome and costly. In this guide, learn the fundamentals of eCOA and how sponsors and CROs of all sizes can cost-effectively reduce risk and meet regulatory standards by implementing eCOA in their next study.

7 Reasons to Use Electronic Data Collection in Your Next Study

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