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OpenClinica Enterprise is now offered by Clinical Conductor CTMS as a complete solution or standalone.

Ensure the greatest level of success in clinical research with the industry’s most complete CTMS-EDC integration.

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Why EDC ?


CTMS Integration

Streamline your research processes, reduce duplicate data entry and eliminate the potential for errors with the most comprehensive CTMS-EDC integration available!

  • Sync essential study fields
  • Push EDC patient info to your CTMS in real time
  • Enhance your visit study element management
  • See EDC visit completions directly within Clinical Conductor CTMS

Data Management

Data Management

Simplify the way your organization takes control of your trial data with powerful data management tools.

  • Intuitive enrollment, data capture, validation and query management
  • Tools for clinical data management, data cleaning and monitoring
  • Real-time data extraction the way you want it
  • Advanced Data Mart tools


21 CFR Part 11 Compliance

Ensure the most up-to-date and accurate Part 11 compliance and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) possible.

  • Differentiated user roles with password and user authentication
  • Advanced electronic signature functionality
  • SSL encryption and de-identified Protected Health Information
  • Comprehensive auditing and reporting functionality

Standardized Compliance

eCRF Design

Quickly and easily design intuitive and thorough case report forms and effectively add and manage multiple versions throughout the trial process.

  • Dynamic eCRF design
  • Create and reuse eCRF templates
  • Real time eCRF previewing
  • Quickly and easily create new versions of your eCRFs

Study Build

Study Build

Setting up your studies never seemed so easy with OpenClinica Enterprise.

  • Effortless protocol design
  • Set up your sites, eCRFs and more
  • Easily edit checks and rules, users and study events
  • Send study info to Clinical Conductor CTMS in real time

Clinical Research Resources

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an enormous disruption in healthcare priorities and staffing, and as restrictions on people’s movement have increased, clinical research sites face unprecedented challenges to adjust studies and patient engagement accordingly. The FDA has provided guidance to support ongoing continuity and response efforts, wherein the safety of trial participants is paramount. It […]

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