Advantages to using web-based data system

November 2008
Clinical Trials Administrator;Nov2008, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p128
The article explores the advantages of using a Web-based data management system. According to Richard Buchsbaum, senior data manager at the statistical analysis center at Mailman School of Public Health, through the use of the data management system it is easy for people to be compensated because they did not have to generate invoices. Data collection in real time results to inherent efficiencies.


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