The eClinical Forum is happy to announce the Members-Only release of the “eCF Requirements”. This is a project the eCF REG team has been working on for a long time and is excited to now be sharing.
The eCF Requirements are based upon statements in regulatory documents that pertain to the design, development, implementation, and management of electronic systems that support clinical research data as well as those statements that pertain to the handling of data that will be used in a regulated clinical trial. We have reviewed regulatory documents from the FDA, EMA, PMDA and ICH to produce this set of requirements. Each Requirement has as its basis one or more statements from one or more of these regulatory documents. The Requirements can be used to determine if data which will become part of a regulated clinical trial are consistent with regulatory requirements.
The eCF Requirements are being released to eCF Members Only. This is a significant accomplishment by the eClinical Forum’s “Regulatory Expert Group” (REG) as they have put in countless hours over several years to be able to produce such a comprehensive list of compliance requirements for evaluating electronic systems that will manage data used in regulated clinical research against regulations and guidances from 14 different documents from FDA, EMA, PMDA and ICH. This work is a result of the vast experience of the REG members who come from a variety of different eCF Member companies. They have spent hours debating each regulation or guidance and how to word the eCF Requirements to correctly meet the needs in the regulatory document. If any one company were to undertake such a project, the hours spent would justify an eClinical Forum membership very quickly. For this reason this document is for eClinical Forum members only.
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