Federal Organization Uses Mobile-Forms on Tablets to Get Cleaner, Faster Clinical Study Data

Federal Organization Uses Mobile-Forms on Tablets to Get Cleaner, Faster 
Clinical Study Data 
IDCRP, a Network of Department of Defense Clinical Research Centers,
Uses Mi-Forms Technology From Mi-Co and Tablet PCs to Go Paperless
With Their Clinical Study, and Produce a 50% Time Savings With 100x
Fewer Queries 
DURHAM, NC -- (Marketwired) -- 04/03/13 --  Infectious Disease
Clinical Research Program (IDCRP), a worldwide network of Department
of Defense (DoD) clinical and research centers that have collaborated
to investigate infectious disease challenges facing the military,
revealed that it uses mobile-forms technology from Mi-Co on Tablet
PCs, to conduct a completely paperless clinical study with 50% time
savings and 100x fewer queries. 
The global, multi-site clinical trial process was previously
paper-based and involved almost 20,000 paper forms, the associated
printing, scanning, and manual data-entry resulting in slower data
capture into back-end systems for reporting, and more errors/queries.
Upon implementation of Mi-Forms best-of-breed mobile-forms technology
from Mi-Co on Tablet PCs from TabletKiosk, paper was eliminated
almost entirely, immediate query resolution resulted in 100x fewer
queries and 80% of the study coordinators reported this system as
more efficient than paper.  
According to Josh Kumpf from IDCRP, "Missing or incorrect data is by
and large a thing of the past as we can now mandate entry of key
information into digital forms. We couldn't direct attention,
highlight blank fields, or ask CRCs to confirm suspect data on
traditional paper forms, but we can in a robust computerized system
like the one we have built around the Tablet PCs." 
Read the entire case study by visiting
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learning more about Mi-Forms mobile e-Forms technology are invited to
visit www.mi-corporation.com for more information, demos, and
software downloads.  
The research described here is sponsored by the U.S. Navy Bureau of
Medicine and Surger (BUMED), however, the information or content and
conclusions do not necessarily represent the official position or
policy of, nor should any official endorsement be inferred on the
part of, BUMED, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government. 
out Mi-Co:
 Mi-Co is the developer of Mi-Forms, the market's
leading Tablet e-Forms software platform. Mi-Co provides solutions
for smart, flexible mobile e-Forms data collection in a variety of
industries. Mi-Forms supports enterprise data capture using iPads,
Windows Tablets, the Digital Pen, Android Slates, and other mobile
capture devices across diverse industries and has worked with
customers like AT&T, the United Nations, Sutter Health and many
others. For more information on Mi-Co, please visit
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