VISION™ Incorporates AI Technology for Monitors

Study Monitors have a lot on their plates. While VISION’s automated data cleaning capabilities make their jobs easier, we thought it be useful to provide them with a tool that would automatically flag database fields that are more “challenging” for sites to complete. Our new AI Monitoring Enhancement Engine (AIMEE) does just that. When monitors are reviewing a form, they can turn AIMEE on with a single click of the mouse and instantly focus on database fields that are historically known to require attention.

A single click of an icon turns on AIMEE.

AIMEE calculates a score for each field and highlights those that require attention.

AIMEE calculates a score for each field and highlights those that require attention.

How does it work? AIMEE learns over time and calculates a risk score for each field on the form, and highlights those that merit further scrutiny. What is this score based on? AIMEE looks across all instances of the form in the study and considers the number of changes, queries, comments, and occurrences of errors and warnings for each field on the form. It uses that information to generate a score, which is intuitively displayed next to each field on the eCRF. Low scores are “good” and high scores are “concerning”.

AIMEE works well in conjunction with VISION’s field-by-field review functionality – which monitors can use to indicate which fields they have already investigated. This in turn lowers monitor workload by helping them avoid duplicate efforts.

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VISION™ Tips & Tricks: Viewing Subject Form State Details

Do you know you can view a Subject’s (or Site’s) forms and their status (aka. Form state) at a glance? Navigate to the Subject List Page. For any given Subject, click on the plus/minus (+/-) icon next to the Subject ID field (see Figure 1). The above is also applicable for Site-level forms!

Figure 1. Displays expanded list of Subject ATL-012-IUM Forms.

This will show this Subject’s listing of applicable forms, if any of those forms have Queries (and the status of those queries), and the *Form State of the forms. Additionally, hover over any of the form icons to view the specific form’s title, form state/status (see Figure 2).

Figure 2. Displays tool tip for the first form within the “Screening” form group. Vitals/Phys Exam has a form state of In-Work and has errors that the user should resolve.

*Form States are used to determine the state of the form. The form icon is color-coded to indicate the status of that form.

  • Blue = In-Work
  • Orange = Submitted for Review (User has signed the form)
  • Yellow = Reviewed (User with appropriate privileges has reviewed the data on the form)
  • Green = Finalized (User with appropriate privileges has finalized the form- edits can no longer be made to the form unless a user with appropriate privileges revers the finalized status)
  • No color indicates that the form is “new” and no data has been entered.
  • A Red form icon indicates that there is an error(s) on the form that must be resolved before the user can Submit for Review.