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Posted by John Lehmann on Wed, Jun 20, 2018

A Guide to Source Data Extraction and Verification

Reviewing a medical chart can be a daunting task for anyone on the research team. However, Source Data Extraction and Verificationensuring proper data extraction and source data verification is paramount to ensuring data integrity and subject safety in your clinical trial.

Understanding that source data may be located in a multitude of areas within a medical chart is one of the first steps to ensuring accurate data collection in a clinical trial. It is crucial to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to extracting and verifying source data.

Download IMARC Research's new guide for some best practices in data accuracy.

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Topics: Source Data Extraction, Medical Chart

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