P1 upends clinical trial execution
Purpose-built for oncology and complex trials
Merges research and medical encounter data
Transforms trial conduct
The Protocol First system has been architected to embrace the changing nature of a site’s progression through multiple amendments independently from other sites. Where staggered releases once threw a wrench in your entire system, Protocol First allows staggered releases across all sites quickly and seamlessly.
Protocol amendments translate to intractable complexities, delays and cost overruns, not to mention audit findings.
Schedule of Assessments
All the information contained in the SOA and dispersed throughout the footnotes, the protocol, and associated operations manuals becomes available at the click of a button, at lightning speed, on any device.
The SOA captures the protocol complexity—hard-to-read at best, inconsistent at worst.
Ideally suited for adaptive designs and personalized medicine trials, the Protocol First system offers n-level of “branching” to represent branching options for sub-protocols, conditional visit paths, treatment options, etc. Scheduling and monitoring become a breeze.
When technology limits research—legacy eClinical requires custom code to represent branching
With a few parameters and within a few hours, the Protocol First system represents the most complex cycle patterns—unleashing trial designers, allowing seamless progressions through the trial, and reducing enrollment delays.
When technology can’t keep up—cycle complexity takes weeks to program in legacy eClinical
Protocol First provides turn-by-turn guidance through the protocol— for any user, on any device. In real-time and collaboratively, site users are guided through all protocol-mandated procedures.
Quality data can only be obtained through consistent procedure administration
With Protocol First, source data are saved as they become available and attached to the relevant procedure. Available on line, the source data repository allows central monitoring, facilitates safety reviews and keep the site audit-ready at all times.
The crux of the problem—disparate source data, produced at different times and stored in different places