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Approaches to Collecting Data in Clinical trial

As post-marketing studies are more prevalent today, the FDA and pharmaceutical companies have taken greater interest in direct patient information1. For many years this information was accumulated via traditional collection methods, including paper forms and Interactive Voice Response Systems (IVRS). With the introduction of the Internet and a plethora of mobile devices now in use, more advanced methods of gathering data speed up data collection, improve data quality, and rapidly merge with readily available Electronic Data Capture (EDC) systems.

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