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The New Era of Clinical Trials: Adopting Electronic Informed Consent

HIT Consultant

Director, Product & Strategy, Patient Consent, IQVIA Technologies The clinical trials landscape continues to evolve and with it, an exponential growth in the adoption of electronic informed consent (eConsent) solutions. These solutions deliver a myriad of benefits for trial sponsors, sites and patients.

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Informed Consent in Healthcare Training

American Medical Compliance

When a medical professional informs a patient of the advantages, disadvantages, and alternatives of a procedure or intervention, informed consent is obtained. According to the Joint Commission, all aspects of informed consent must be documented “in a form, progress notes, or elsewhere in the record.”

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Quality Data Leads to Better Outcomes, Alignment & Informed Consent at ViVE2023

Healthcare IT Today

Modernizing Informed Consent – Interlace Health Informed Consent Nova is the next generation of Interlace Health’s technology that gets rid of paper consent forms which many healthcare organizations still use for informed consent.

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FDA Issues Final Guidance on Informed Consent for IRBs, Clinical Investigators, and Sponsors

Health Law Advisor

Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) released final guidance on informed consent for clinical investigations (“Final Guidance”). This update follows FDA’s draft guidance, which was issued in July 2014, and supersedes the FDA’s “A Guide to Informed Consent,” which was issued in September 1998. On August 15, 2023, the U.S.

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FDA Finalizes Its Informed Consent Guidance for IRBs, Clinical Investigators and Sponsors

Hall Render

Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) finalized “ Informed Consent: Guidance for IRBs, Clinical Investigators, and Sponsors ” (“Final Guidance”), following the FDA’s earlier issuance of draft guidance on the subject in July 2014. Informed consent includes the following basic elements: Description of clinical investigation.

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2 Important eSignature Use Cases: Informed Consent and Registration

Healthcare IT Today

We know that there are a lot of reasons for burnout in healthcare. One that sometimes people sweep under the rug a bit is the impact on productivity of outdated paper-based processes. One of those outdated paper processes that seems to still be lingering around in many healthcare organizations is paper based signatures. This is […].

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Adding COVID-19 to the informed consent process: A Q&A for health care providers

Health Law Checkup

To minimize their risk should a patient be exposed to COVID-19 while seeking medical care, health care providers should consider supplementing their informed consent process to include information about COVID-19 risks.