Data security. Data integrity. With recent events, hacks and breaches, these terms have probably crossed your mind and your newsfeeds frequently, especially if your team depends on data to function or to make decisions.
Warmer weather has been, well, more sluggish than normal for our area of the country. Spring has arrived, but, it doesn’t feel like it.
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For many businesses searching for a data-related mobile solution, “flexibility” is assumed. Of course they’ll be able to make changes to the product in order to have it work for their specific data collection needs, but, they assume the product will do what it must to meet their needs.
For clinical research, data integrity takes on an entirely new meaning. Accuracy is critical. Real-time reporting and results can make or break a study or trial. But, a few other aspects of data collected through the research process may be even more important: security and compliance.
At first glance, the quest for knowledge seems fairly straight-forward. Collect data when required; the more data the better. Unfortunately it is not so easy. Turning data into knowledge is predicated on the assumption that the data you are analyzing is "good data.” Otherwise, the data is not reliable and therefore the analysis and resulting insights are fundamentally flawed.
As an employer, building a team of employees and/or contractors that are engaged, satisfied and proficient is likely a top priority. You want your team to work together to accomplish target goals, to increase effectiveness and to grow both now and in the future.