Research organizations improve QI with electronic data collection

February 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Feb2010, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p13
The article reports that a smart form, or an electronic data collection tool created using Microsoft InfoPath, has been developed by a team of analysts and informatics specialists for research organizations. The smart form aims to increase consistency, efficiency and reliability of quality improvement (QI) and auditing processes. One of the users of the smart form is the University of Dentistry and Medicine (UDMNJ) of New Jersey in Newark, New Jersey.


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