Ancillary study management systems: a review of needs

@article{Nelson2013AncillarySM,
  title={Ancillary study management systems: a review of needs},
  author={Elizabeth K. Nelson and Britt Piehler and Adam Rauch and Sarah Ramsay and Drienna Holman and Smita Asare and Adam L. Asare and Mark S Igra},
  journal={BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={5 - 5}
}
BackgroundThe valuable clinical data, specimens, and assay results collected during a primary clinical trial or observational study can enable researchers to answer additional, pressing questions with relatively small investments in new measurements. However, management of such follow-on, “ancillary” studies is complex. It requires coordinating across institutions, sites, repositories, and approval boards, as well as distributing, integrating, and analyzing diverse data types. General-purpose… 

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