Last winter I attended the ballet on a free evening while on business in New York.
I was struck by the power and control of the dancers on the stage. The music, the lighting and the fanciful costumes made the whole evening feel magical. Every dancer hit their cues and the performance flowed beautifully. It looked almost — easy.
What I could not see from my seat was the years and years of sweat, injuries and sacrifice that each of those dancers invested to make it to the stage of a premier ballet company.
DIA 2018 was held at the convention center in Boston and I had expected the event to be much like every other DIA conference of the last ten years. I’ve attended most years since 2008 and followed the event from city to city across the US. I had polished up my shoes and was prepared to shake a lot of hands, talk to many, many people and stay up way too late each evening.
We’re excited to announce that our new sister website, https://www.encapsia.com has just been launched. We’ve worked hard the past few months to bring it to life and are happy to be able to showcase it in time for the DIA ANNUAL MEETING 2018.
As encapsia® continuously develops and grows, and our client base using this innovative clinical data suite extends, the time has come to provide our users with a dedicated site.
The Conduct app is part of Cmed’s encapsia® clinical data suite, the first cloud-based suite of apps for the collection, management and analysis of clinical trial data.
The Conduct app is a complete data management environment for the Sponsor and CRO team and a central point within the encapsia suite. It helps Data Managers, CRAs and Project Managers to track, review and clean all incoming clinical data in real time, whether entered via eCRFs in the Entry app or as electronic source data in the eSource app