Automation of Unstructured Clinical Data: A collaboration of automation and Medical Writers

In the field of healthcare, clinical data plays a crucial role in patient care, research, and decision-making. However, a significant portion of clinical data is unstructured, consisting of free-text narratives, physician notes, and other non-standardized formats. Extracting meaningful insights from this unstructured data has traditionally been a time-consuming and labour-intensive task. However, with the advancement […]

Quality Control of the Methods and Procedures of Clinical Study

Methodology section of the Clinical Study Report (CSR) provides a detailed description of the methods and procedures used to conduct the study, including the study design, participant selection criteria, interventions or treatments, data collection and analysis methods, and statistical considerations.  Quality control of the methodology section of a CSR is essential to ensure the accuracy, […]

Automated Quality Control: Get the best out of your Clinical Study Report Review 

What are Clinical Study Reports?  Clinical study reports (CSRs) are critical documents that summarize the results and findings of clinical trials. The different sections of CSR provide a comprehensive overview of the clinical trials and its results and serves as a record for further documentation and communication of the trial findings to the regulatory authorities, […]

Clinical Study Results: Quality Control on study findings and outcomes

Clinical Study Reports, or the CSRs, are comprehensive documents providing detailed information about the design, methodology, results, and analysis of clinical trials. The result section specifically, is a critical component that presents the findings and outcomes of the clinical trial in a comprehensive and structured manner. It provides a detailed analysis of the data collected […]

Big Save on Time > 60%, A case Study: DocQC™ Tested on 25 Studies.

Medical Writers have provenly spent a lot of time historically, in reviewing the Clinical Study Reports. Clinical Study Reports, or the CSRs, are comprehensive documents providing detailed information about the design, methodology, results, and analysis of clinical trials.  These study reports take about 40 hours to complete a round of quality check, and eventually multiple […]

Automated Quality Control: Get the best out of your Clinical Study Report Review

What are Clinical Study Reports?  Clinical study reports (CSRs) are critical documents that summarize the results and findings of clinical trials. The different sections of CSR provide a comprehensive overview of the clinical trials and its results and serves as a record for further documentation and communication of the trial findings to the regulatory authorities, […]

Digitalization of Medical Writing: Balancing AI and Rule-based algorithms with Human Supervision in Medical Writing QC

What is Digitalization of Medical Writing?  The digitalization of medical writing refers to using digital technologies and tools to create, edit, and review medical content. This includes various aspects of medical communication.   In recent years, emergence of digitalization has led to a significant transformation int the field of medical writing. The integration of digital technologies […]

Automation on Clinical Study Report: Improve the Speed and Efficiency of document review. 

Automation on Clinical Study Report

Clinical Study Report (CSRs) are critical documents that summarize the findings and results of clinical trials. These reports require a thorough review process to ensure accuracy, compliance, and adherence to the regulatory guidelines. However, the manual review of CSRs can be multiple, time-consuming, resource-intensive, and prone to human errors. Fortunately, automation technologies have emerged as […]

Digitalization of Quality Control in Medical Writing: Advantages Digitalization brings for the critical aspects of Quality Control

Quality control in medical writing is a critical aspect of ensuring the accuracy, clarity, and reliability of medical documents. It involves a systematic and rigorous review process to identify and correct errors, inconsistencies, and deficiencies in the content. However, it is a time-consuming process involving multiple cycles of manual review of the medical documents.  In […]