Smart Trial Management
- Site accreditation
- Image tracking
- Site management
Leveraging software engineering, data science, imaging science, clinical operations and regulatory knowledge MedQIA seeks to revolutionize drug discovery and medical device trials by resolving inefficiencies through AI automation on the cloud.
You can focus on your cored operational activities while our platform’s automation workflows streamlines site accreditation, image tracking and site monitoring activities. Radiologists can focus on the disease assessment while our smart workflows perform real-time compliance checks for screening, staging, and therapy evaluation to ensure reads are accomplished on time with the highest read quality standards.
Wide variety of imaging assessments from standard to advanced criteria are available in the platform to support your radiological assessment or clinical trial needs.
Standardized reporting for staging, eligibility, and response evaluation for oncology assessments, lung and advanced novel biomarkers.
Further customization possible to meet your qualitative and quantitative disease assessment needs.
Monitor trial health from the study, site to the subject-levels through our hierarchical dashboards.
Web and mobile access to imaging trial dashboards, reminders on activities, and real-time study reports anywhere and anytime.
Platform offers out-of-the-box support for all major electronic image exchange platforms and electronic data capture (EDC) systems.
Retrieve DICOM images from imaging exchange platforms and push analysis reports to reporting systems or configure to pull or push reports and clinical data to and from electronic data capture systems.
On your request, we can also work with academic labs and industry startups to integrate custom algorithms and/or software into our platform with regulatory compliance.
Data and services are securely hosted on AWS cloud following the industry best-practice data protection and privacy standards in compliance with HIPAA and GDPR requirements.
Software is 21 CFR Part 11 compliant.
IBIS Explorer and Markup Software is a Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) complies with FDA 21 CFR Part 11.