Clinical patient and therapy documentation

In daily clinical practice, especially in diagnostics and in conducting clinical studies, numerous forms, so-called Case Report Forms, must be created and managed.

Most of the times, analog processes, e.g. handwritten records, pre-printed forms and only locally accessible data sets, make efficient collaboration and automatic integration into clinical systems incredibly difficult.

A Clinical Documentation System enables seamless creation, provision and capture of clinical forms.

Clinical Documentation Systems offer many advantages

  • Speed and efficiency: Data entry and exchange are significantly faster and easier to manage. For example, data from previous studies can also be used as a template for meta and register studies.
  • Greater security: Granular rights management ensures that only authorized persons with assigned roles are allowed to work on certain forms and to change and approve them.

During use, many pitfalls must therefore be taken into account. Healex anticipates and solves these pitfalls through many years of experience in several thousand clinical studies across all phases with the Healex Clinical Documentation System (CDS).

With the Healex CDS, case report forms and roles for modeling clinical studies, therapies, and collecting patient data can be created, edited and published:

  • Contains preconfigured modules for subject management at the center and for structured clinical documentation
  • Converts modelled protocols into operational Case Report Forms
  • Supports interfaces in clinical care and integration into KIS-systems (e.g. Orbis)
  • Supports the concept of case files
  • Supports pseudonymisation
  • Supports data sharing

New product releases by Healex

  • Subject management
    • CTF ( subject recording) and SOA (recruitment dashboard) were initially separate applications with interfaces to SMS
    • Due to usability reasons and customer requirements, both applications are now unified as Subject Management Application (SMA)
  • Optionally available extensions
    • Consent Management
    • Pseudonymisation
    • Forms for structured study-specific documentation

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Low system requirements

  • PC / Mac with internet connection
  • Cookies must be accepted
    • usually corresponds to the default settings of the browser
    • the system does not use the cookies for any other purpose
  • Activation of Javascript
    • usually corresponds to the default settings of the browser
  • Standard-compliant browser
    • Mozilla Firefox (current)
    • Google Chrome (current)
    • Microsoft Edge (current)


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