CRF Health said the wireless integration of its eDiaries with these medical devices results in accurate data by removing the need for manual transcription of the data values.

The date and time stamp of the reading and the device serial number are also transferred, providing evidence of the timeliness of the data and a source.

Once the eDiary receives the values from the glucometer or PEF meter, the values are automatically sent to the ePRO database for review by the site personnel or study team.

This allows close to real-time monitoring of the subject’s status and permits timely intervention for safety or compliance concerns.

CRF Health Product Management director Rauha Tulkki-Wilke said they are excited to provide their clients with the opportunity to collect all data directly from patients in their respiratory and diabetes studies.