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Nubilaria History EDC

Nubilaria History EDC

History in Motion Graphics of the EDC Electronic Data Capture

Storytelling, the art of telling stories like corporate communications strategy, is the purpose of this video: tell the story about how evolved the EDC (Electronic DataCapture), in recent decades. In this video with the help of graphics animated shows, we explain the evolution and history of computer data processing in the medical field. The video is divided into various steps divided by number of years, you start with the years 70, where the data was entered by doctors through big mainframe computers, so expensive and laborious for many companies.


During the 80s with the advent of personal computers, clinicians were finally able to enter data directly at the research site. They used a data collection tool called Remote Data Entry (RDE), which, was installed locally on a computer’s hardware.


In the 1997 the FDA issued Title 21 CFR Part 11, in March. With this regulation, the FDA began accepting electronic records and signatures as valid alternatives to paper records and handwritten signature for the first time. Prompted by the FDA’s acceptance, CDISC was born that aims to define global standards for information system in clinical research.

The story ends with the year 2009, where the customer ACTide EDC offers a wide range of features for physicians; provides researchers a solution that simplifies the construction of the study, data collection and management of clinical trials. So you are able to save money and time!


With this video in addition to trace the history and evolution of the EDC, have highlighted the benefits of the new electronic data collection system and finally announced what will be the future clinical data processing methods, such as mobile technology that help you virtualize the process of clinical trials, so you get more data through wearable medical devices and applications, such as watches or clothing that transmit data directly to the doctor or clinic.

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2D Animation, Motion Graphics