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iPhone and EDC: Screen shots of the Nextrials Prism system

Prism05_2 In prior posts, I have talked about the potential use of the Apple iPhone in the life sciences setting. These have included it's use as an SFA device or a solution for EDC & CTM. I have also discussed whether Apple could compete in the business world.

The EDC post revealed how Nextrials is using the iPhone to give its customers mobile access to their Prism EDC system. At that time I promised that I'd try to get some screen shots of the software in action. I am happy to report that the people at Nextrials took the time to have professional photos made for me. So please click the "Continue reading..." hyperlink to see these photos.

On a separate note, Apple has also announced the coming availability of their iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK).  Read this article to get an idea about the SDK. I'm expecting this SDK to be the catalyst that will prompt many existing and new software companies to build applications for our industry.

The following are photos of the Nextrials Prism system as displayed on an Apple iPhone. To see a larger version of the image, just click on the photo. To see it in a new window, just hold the Control key while you are clicking on the image.

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Home page

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Sample eCRF page

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Standard Reports screen

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Patient enrollment graph

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Enrollment table

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Data query screen

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"Jump" menu

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rc helicopter

Impressive blog! -Arron

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