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Lumedi EDC is a perfect platform for the following research:


Case Study

A case study is a type of observational study which provides detailed description of one or more patients and is generally used to generate a hypothesis about a risk for the condition of interest. Lumedi EDC allows the collection of both qualitative and quantitative data, which can be administered in clinic or securely sent to study participants for remote self-reporting, to identify a risk for a condition of interest.


Case-Control Study

A case-control study is conducted to test a hypothesis if a factor is related to cases, who have a condition, when compared to “healthy” controls. Lumedi EDC can be utilized to collect both qualitative and quantitative data through in clinic and remote methods to compare cases to controls in an efficient manner.


Clinical Trial (Phases 1 to 4)

Clinical trials a type of study used to assess the safety and efficacy of a new treatment (pharmaceutical, medical device) or diagnostic. There are four clinical trial phases that a newly proposed treatment needs to pass to be a treatment or diagnostic provided to patients. Lumedi EDC allows the collection of many data types including the electronic patient reported outcomes (ePROs) and medical or wearable device data. In addition, Lumedi has been developed for all phases of clinical trials, handle studies with multiple research sites and any patient population size.


Cross Sectional Study

A cross-sectional study is a type of observational study, which takes a snapshot of a large group of people at a single point in time. These studies are usually used to discover the frequency of a condition or health behaviours in a population. Lumedi EDC allows the collection of both qualitative and quantitative data, which can be administered at study centres or securely sent to study participants for remote self-reporting, improving efficiency.


Ecological Study

An ecological study is a type of observational study used to compare the frequency of conditions in different populations, which can be based on income, geolocation, or other factors. Lumedi EDC allows the collection of both qualitative and quantitative data, which can be administered at study centres or sent to study participants for remote self-reporting.


Longitudinal Study

A longitudinal study is a type of observational study, which observes a group of individuals over time. These studies can be defined as a Panel Study or a Cohort Study. A panel study collects repeated measures from the same sample of people at different points in time. In a cohort study, a large group of people are observed over a longer period, some individuals develop the condition and others do not. Lumedi EDC makes it easy to collect both quantitative and qualitative observational data over multiple timepoints and multiple study sites in longitudinal studies.