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Study Data Management

Study Data Management

ITHS Biomedical Informatics offers a variety of services related to study data management and electronic data capture. These services include:

  • Custom reporting
  • Large dataset management
  • Self-service tools, including REDCap and the De-identified Clinical Data Repository
  • Data management consultations
  • Training workshops and support

The Biomedical Informatics consulting rate is $110 per hour for internal consultations and $150 per hour for external consultations. You can learn more by contacting us through the “Contact Us/Request Services” tabs at the bottom of this page.

Study Data Management Success Stories

Ken Linnau

Managing Data Records Across Continents

Dr. Ken Linnau worked with ITHS while developing his pelvic angiogram study, which involved chart abstractions in 15 medical centers on two continents. Learn how he used ITHS REDCap to eliminate any need to ship or scan records. Read the story>

Managing a Large-Scale Data Gathering Process

Dr. Aaron Kusano was planning to survey 10,000 radiation oncologists and surgeons nationwide about their use of radiation in the treatment of rectal cancer. Learn why he chose ITHS REDCap to manage his study and why he would recommend it to others. Read the story >

Informatics Tools for Study Data Management

REDCap

REDCap is a free, web-based application for electronic data capture. It attempts to facilitate informatics support for clinical researchers and foster a collaborative network for those who share and support REDCap as a common research tool.

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