Edios eConsenting

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Edios eConsenting

Edios eConsenting Solution is changing the way sites work with patients by transforming an inefficient process, supporting regulatory and protocol compliance, and improving patient comprehension, satisfaction and retention. Edios eConsenting Solution makes the informed consenting process more efficient and effective for patients, sponsors, sites and monitors. Elegantly designed to focus attention with documents that are easy for all patients to read, the fully-validated eConsent solution uses explanatory videos, audio narration and glossary terms to put “informed” back into informed patient consent.

Edios eConsenting Key Features

Ensure patient understanding with engaging multimedia education
Enable real-time remote monitoring and tracking into the global consent process
Provide unprecedented insight into how patients read and understand documents
Improve patient retention through increased comprehension and satisfaction
Comply with global requirements (e.g. 21 CFR-Part 11, Annex 11, EU regulations)
Eliminate common paper errors (e.g. wrong versions, bad signatures) with secure document management

Patients

View multimedia education with consistent ICF term explanations
Better understand the risks and benefits of trial participation
Online Help with Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Site Staff

No longer manage different versions of paper documents
Include all site specific variables in the documents
Receive alerts and track if/when subjects need to re-consent

Monitors

Check on a site consent status conveniently and remotely
See only the information they have authority to view
Have confidence that dates/times are always correct

Sponsors

Rest assured of the integrity of the consent process
Access useful analytics to track progress and identify trends
Achieve better recruitment and retention rates

Problem Solved

Inconsistent messaging
Challenging language(s)
No Transparency/Accountability
Lack of auditable controls
Lack of auditable controls
Frequent regulatory failures
Version Management/Control
Time-consuming and error-prone paper-based logistics