Adding to Medidata’s already extensive platform, Medidata Clinical Data Studio and Medidata Health Record Connect usher in a new era of data integration and management throughout the clinical process for improved efficiency and patient experience
Medidata, a Dassault Systèmes company and leading provider of clinical trial solutions to the life sciences industry, today announced new experiences for enhancing and streamlining clinical data workflows: Clinical Data Studio and Health Record Connect. These solutions and others are being previewed at Medidata NEXT New York 2023, the premier clinical trials conference taking place from November 7-8 in New York City.
Built on an interoperable, open, and scalable data architecture, these new solutions develop a more complete view of patients with inclusion of data from an ecosystem of third-party sources, such as Electronic Health Records (EHR), lab, and sensor data, among others, that power actionable data insights to improve trial outcomes.
Clinical Data Studio is an advanced, artificial intelligence (AI)-enhanced data experience built upon Medidata’s unified platform to streamline data integration, standardization, and management across many use cases. Designed to simplify the complex data lifecycle by connecting numerous data sources like never before, it enables real-time stakeholder collaboration, thereby enhancing data quality, reducing risk, and prioritizing patient safety. The first offerings of the Clinical Data Studio incorporate key capabilities from Medidata Detect and elements of the Medidata and 3DEXPERIENCE platforms to deliver new data experiences optimized for data quality and risk management.
Health Record Connect is the first scalable solution for connecting clinical research to healthcare data. This offering leverages both direct connections to healthcare organizations using industry standards, such as Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), and Healthcare Information Exchanges in order to gain access to as many U.S.-wide patient health records as possible. Health Record Connect, used with Medidata Rave Companion, a data entry assistant, enables clinical trial sites to complete Medidata Rave EDC forms significantly faster using existing patient health record data.
“As an industry, we have enormous opportunities with data to accelerate the pace of research and improve the ways we engage with patients,” said Anthony Costello, chief executive officer, Medidata Patient Cloud, Medidata. “These new experiences provide an expanded perspective where patients are engaged as lifelong partners in clinical research and where the clinical data lifecycle is accelerated with AI to deliver insights that will transform how studies are designed and executed.”
Clinical Data Studio and Health Record Connect are planned for availability in the first half of 2024 and are part of Medidata’s broader, industry-leading unified platform for clinical research that has supported over 30,000 studies.
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