runs at unprecedented speed. Thousands of records are auto-coded in less than a minute, and details of each coding job, including WHO drug coding
, are permanently maintained. The system supports all the most popular dictionaries, and can be used to maintain your own custom dictionary. Here's a quick overview...
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With over 15 years of coding experience behind us, our latest release leverages leading-edge Microsoft.NET, SQL technology and the latest changes in MedDRA coding
, WHO Drug coding
(B-1, B-2 and C formats), ICD9 and ICD10 dictionary formats and evolving industry requirements, yet still retains the reliability and flexibility ClinPlus users have come to expect. Take advantage of these powerful features:
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- Supports Phrase Substitution for unprecedented productivity
- Auto-Codes data in minutes, not hours
- Possesses intuitive, task-oriented, interface (GUI)
- Integrates to Data Management and EDC processes, easily
- Saves set-up time and training expense with single implementation
- Codes SAS®, SQL and ORACLE data
- Supports unlimited dictionaries, including MedDRA, WHO Drug coding (B-1, B-2 and C formats), ICD9 and ICD10, as well as custom dictionaries
- Provides multi-level drill down to ingredients and classification
- Codes automatically or manually to a Thesaurus
- Facilitates pre-defined and custom report capability
DZS/ClinPlus also provides the following Coding Services:
- Project Coding Services from your data
- Custom Report Creation
- Integration to MedDRA coding, WHO Drug coding, ICD9 and ICD10
- Creation of Custom Dictionaries
For more information, please visit our website http://www.clinplus.com or click on the link, below:
Top 10 reasons to use a coding tool when preparing adverse event or concomitant medications data for clinical trial reports
Maybe there is someone out there who loves coding results from their clinical research study, someone who lives to code, who daydreams about adverse event terminology, names of different medications, and the infinite coding possibilities that lie within. If you find them, let us know.
In the meantime, most of us consider "code" just another four-letter word, and are interested in anything that streamlines the process.
Using a coding tool to prepare a clinical research report isn't a panacea, but it can certainly eliminate some of the challenges associated with performing the task.
1. Automated coding systems learn as they code, helping you eliminate trivial words, common misspellings, and standardize abbreviations
2. Thousands of records can be coded in minutes instead of time-consuming, one-at-a-time manual systems
3. Systems that are database-agnostic (SQL, Oracle, SAS) allow coding directly to your data eliminating the conversion process
4. You can perpetuate your decisions to other records and projects that use the same verbatim text
5. You can automatically add your coding decisions for user-reported adverse events to a thesaurus and map them to specific dictionaries for future coding sessions
6. You can access virtually any dictionary-MedDRA, WHOdrug (B-1, B-2, and C formats), COSTART, WHOart, ICD9, ICD10, or create custom dictionaries, and even multiple versions of the same dictionary
7. An automated system can facilitate third-party review and approval to ensure accuracy and consistency
8. Automated coding systems can maintain scripts, by dictionary and platform to make updating dictionary data easier and faster
9. An automated coding system generally has the ability to produce reports and format coded data, making it easier to produce and review metrics
10. Automated coding systems produce audit trails that ensure your organizations' compliance with 21 CFR Part 11
Visit www.clinplus.com/products/coding to find out more about ClinPlus Coding and arrange a demo today!