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What is iMednet?

iMednet is a comprehensive, EDC-centric clinical data management system. Beyond electronic data capture, iMednet delivers a cost-effective solution with a full suite of tools to support the varying needs of clinical research, including randomization, trial supply management, adjudication, ePRO, payments, and DICOM imaging. The platform enables sponsors and CROs to get studies up and running quickly with flexibility, ease-of-use, and robust functionality – across all study types and phases.

Who Uses iMednet?

Pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology and Contract Research Organizations (CROs) around the world have trusted Mednet for over 22 years to deliver innovation, experience and stellar support.

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Reviews of iMednet

Average score

Overall
5.0
Ease of Use
4.0
Customer Service
3.0
Features
4.5
Value for Money
3.0

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Verified Reviewer
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Hospital & Health Care, 1,001–5,000 Employees
Used the Software for: 1+ year
Reviewer Source

iMedNet EDC

5.0 6 years ago

Comments: Overall, good EDC software and I would use it for all my clinical trials.

Pros:

I use this for one of my clinical trials. It's not difficult to use and the functions are all there for EDC. Tech support is ok, but not excellent. It's easy on the eyes (very important because you're inputting in a lot of data and it's easy to overlook things and make mistakes, because of all the distracting sidebars, etc).

Cons:

Training might take a bit, customer support can be better, and takes a while to learn where all the functions are located.

Susan
Founder and Principal in US
Research, Self Employed
Used the Software for: 6-12 months
Reviewer Source

Been using iMedNet EDC for a year but have been familiar with it for several years.

5.0 7 years ago

Comments: Good system with lots of functionality. Provides a tool that is easy to use and has modules for almost all activities related to clinical trials that use data, from EDC to CTMS. Provides data in formats ready for analysis.

Pros:

The functionality and additional modules that allow for the data to flow easily between. The tool offers every option you might want from plain EDC to randmoization and inventory management, to ePRO, event adjudication and CTMS. You can customize the modules you need for each study, saving money.

Cons:

Sometimes it is difficult to only get the modules you want and need for the right price. The company says that anyone can program the system, but that is not necessarily true for more complex studies. It is important to have experience in setting up the system to do it efficiently and effectively. A library of forms is not available yet. Cannot use dynamic forms based on a response for a field. Queries cannot be "printed" to send to the sites or others for resolution (i.e. a paper process). There are other small issues that I know MedNet will be working to add moving forward.