The OnCore® Enterprise Research system has been meeting the needs of academic medical centers and health care systems for over a dozen years. In addition to sophisticated CTMS functionality, OnCore also has fully integrated patient registries, biospecimen management, billing compliance, paperless committee management, data management, and EDC functionality.
For the clinical research enterprise with a robust portfolio of clinical trials, coordinating data collection and staff workflows across all teams requires a centralized, integrated system. OnCore supports streamlined operations with integrated CTMS, EDC, Data Management, Financials, Billing Compliance, and Subject Safety functionality.
OnCore provides research staff flexibility and control over the design, use, monitoring, and export of electronic case report forms (eCRFs). The EDC functionality in OnCore allows you to manage clinical data entry and monitoring activities across the entire research center in support of investigator initiated trials.
OnCore registries streamline patient registry management across the enterprise. In this centralized system you can set up and create new registries, control staff access, track status, and assign institutions.
The key to compliant clinical research billing is the exchange of information. The better the communication is, between all the groups who contribute to billing processes, the more likely the clinical research organization will be able to safeguard the accuracy of its claims. With the OnCore system, the pieces come together to help prevent billing errors.
OnCore offers centralized control throughout the lifecycle of biospecimens. Integrated with CTMS functionality and designed around biorepository operations, the system helps enforce key parameters such as the capture of donor consent and the standardization of data entry.
Beyond clinical trials management, there are ample opportunities to leverage existing investments in technology by integrating the various systems at your institution. OnCore comes with a set of standard mechanisms that simplify the process of connecting local systems, such as EMR and pathology systems, with the clinical research database. Interfaces between systems can reduce or eliminate duplicate data entry and reduce risk for error.