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A few general questions

Greetings All,
We’re just getting started in earnest with OpenClinica here at UCSD. A few general questions have popped up. Thanks in advance for any help you all can provide. Here are the questions, in no particular order:

1) Can we share subjects across studies?
2) Can we share CRF’s across studies?
3) Is there a limit to the number of items in a form?
4) Is there an interface to HL7 formatted data (Can we interface OpenClinica automatically with our EMR (EPIC))?
5) Can images (e.g. xrays) be attached to forms

Thanks again folks, and I apologize for any ambiguity here.

Regards,




G. Paul Shragg, M.A.
UCSD GCRC Informatics' Core Director
Office Phone: 619.543.3687
Pager : 858.616.1547
email : [email protected]
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  • Hi Paul,

    Yes, you can share subjects across studies.
    Yes, you can use the same CRF in multiple studies
    There are no limits on the form. The most I have seen is 700 rows on the CRF_Template used to generate the form
    There is no HL7 interface with OpenClinica out of the box. Some developers have built a away to transform the HL7 data into the CDISC ODM format in order to import the data in a format OpenClinica recognizes
    In 3.0, there is a data type called file which allows files, such as images, be uploaded into the CRF for a subject.

    I hope that helps.
    Thanks,
    Paul

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    Greetings All,
    We’re just getting started in earnest with OpenClinica here at UCSD. A few general questions have popped up. Thanks in advance for any help you all can provide. Here are the questions, in no particular order:

    1) Can we share subjects across studies?
    2) Can we share CRF’s across studies?
    3) Is there a limit to the number of items in a form?
    4) Is there an interface to HL7 formatted data (Can we interface OpenClinica automatically with our EMR (EPIC))?
    5) Can images (e.g. xrays) be attached to forms

    Thanks again folks, and I apologize for any ambiguity here.

    Regards,




    G. Paul Shragg, M.A.
    UCSD GCRC Informatics' Core Director
    Office Phone: 619.543.3687
    Pager : 858.616.1547
    email : [email protected]
    Web Site : http://gcrc.ucsd.edu


    CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: The information contained in this message is legally privileged and confidential information intended only for the use of the individual or entity named above. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, or the employee or agent responsible to deliver it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any release, dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the author immediately by replying to this message and delete the original message.
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