Maximize research productivity with Jeeva's compliant remote electronic informed consent (eIC)
Clinical investigators, researchers, and coordinators are well aware of the logistical burdens of the in-person informed consent at clinics. The repetitive nature of explaining the study process, risks, benefits, sample or data use, paperwork, and answering frequently asked questions drain research productivity. We heard you. We designed a compliant solution that maximize productivity with minimized burden on patients and researchers.
The Jeeva™ eClinical Cloud strengthens the weakest link in clinical trial operations and puts you on a solid foundation.
Accelerate patient recruitment with human-centric technology
Traditional screening methods can be time consuming and costly. Physically going to a prospective participant’s home, office, or hospital puts researchers at the mercy of the patient’s schedule. This can make it difficult to obtain informed consent from those who do not wish to participate in a study. In addition, patients may need to travel long distances for an appointment or wait several days for a doctor appointment. These logistical problems can all play a role in adding complexity and cost to pre-screening efforts.
The world of clinical research is changing, and one of the most substantial changes involves the evolution of how studies are conducted. One area where this is taking place is in eClinical trials—remote, decentralized, and open-source structured clinical trials that use smartphones to recruit participants. This type of eRecruitment can save both time and money for study start-ups while providing high quality data that meets the needs of many consumers. The Jeeva™ eClinical Cloud provides an easy-to-use platform for conducting these types of studies.
Reduces the logistical burden and time for clinical researchers by over 90 percent
Clinical investigators spend at least 30 minutes per patient for proper in-person informed consent. For a 1000 patient study, that's 500 hours of a MD/PhD physician investigator's time. Just not practical for many research studies and unnecessary in many scenarios, particularly when a new investigational drug is not involved. Jeeva remote electronic informed consent (eIC) solution empowers clinical researchers and coordinators with a compliant way of ensuring the same goal remotely without the associated repetitive tasks or burden.
The software subscription model that fits the budgets of academia and industry without compromising the required information exchange
Jeeva's cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) means flexibility to access the software as needed and pay per month or year and based on the number of patients in your study. We have packages that fit most budgets. Contact us to discuss your use case, study duration, and size. Our product team will work with you closely to quickly identify the right configuration and set you up. SaaS also means zero installation and works on all browser-enabled mobile devices.
Enables rapid patient enrollment from numerous channels
The software should enable rapid patient education of patients before the eligibility screening, during enrollment, and throughout the study. Some studies have a pre-identified list of patients while others will benefit from the ability to find, screen, and enroll patients from a variety of channels such as social media channels such as Facebook groups, email campaigns, WhatsApp, or web portals. Dynamic multi-media content management and drag and drop user-friendly interface for building enrollment workflow empower clinical researchers to execute informed consents remotely with minimal human resources.