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As Electronic Data Capture (EDC) systems continue to advance, it’s essential to think beyond the current functionalities and explore more creative and futuristic ways these systems could transform clinical trials. This blog post proposes imaginative yet plausible advancements that could redefine how EDC systems support clinical research, making trials more efficient, adaptive, and patient-centric than ever before.


Augmented Reality (AR) for Clinical Trial Management

 Imagine an EDC system integrated with augmented reality technology. Clinical trial monitors and researchers could use AR glasses to see real-time data overlays when visiting trial sites or reviewing physical documents. This AR capability would allow users to instantly access patient data histories, adherence statistics, and study metrics simply by looking at a patient file or a medication package, significantly enhancing the monitoring process and ensuring protocol compliance.

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