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Connecting Healthcare to Clinical Research


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We’ve cracked the code of EHR-to-EDC.

For over two decades, clinical researchers have entered trial data into their institution’s healthcare system (Electronic Health Record - EHR) only to then transcribe that same data into the sponsor's research database (Electronic Data Capture - EDC). There was no way to bridge these two incompatible eco-systems. Clinical Pipe seamlessly transfers data between any EHR and industry-sponsored EDC system. 

The application offers a comprehensive, scalable and mostly automated configuration and validation process. The days of one-off pilot or custom developments are over!


What is Clinical Pipe?

It’s an EHR-to-EDC connector that uses the latest SMART on FHIR standards to transfer data from one system to the other.  The app seamlessly connects to leading EHR and EDC systems. The current manual transcription process is expensive, time intensive and error prone (up to 9% according to a recent Duke study).

Depending on the therapeutic area, 50-80% of data can be pushed from one system to the other. This is the first scalable integration of EHR and EDC. It represents a huge leap towards unlocking the power and value of technology within the life sciences industry.


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Click. Transfer.

Clinical Pipe is light-weight by design. It connects disparate systems with a deceivingly simple interface. The research coordinator launches the app from within their EHR, similar to a web browser extension. Clinical Pipe’s proprietary mapping algorithm then uniquely matches structured fields within the EHR with their counterpart in the EDC, allowing data to be pushed from one system to the other, with a click of the mouse.

The research coordinator maintains complete control over the data throughout, so the process is GCP-compliant.  The application is also fully validated and study-by-study verification is nearly fully automated. After initial install at the institution, any new or existing trial can utilize the connector and reap the benefits. 

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Major EHR and EDC connections.


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One-time set up at the institution for all industry trials. Works on any future industry trial thereafter.

Single-click data transfer via a hyper secure web application.

Research coordinator controls data transfer from EHR-to-EDC.

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The benefits of Clinical Pipe.



  • More time spent on patient safety and care instead of a clerical task
  • Fewer queries and onsite monitoring visits
  • Increased productivity for industry research

Industry Sponsors

  • Reduced site burden - become the “sponsor of choice”
  • Improved data quality and reduced data entry timelines
  • Lower monitoring costs by eliminating Source Data Verification (SDV) on transferred data
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Clinical Pipe transfers structured data.

  • Labs (including units and ranges)
  • Medications
  • Vital Signs

  • EKG/ECG and Echo results
  • ECOG PS and other scores
  • Observations, Conditions and Procedures
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Leveraging AI

Clinical Pipe also transfers non-structured data

In addition to structured data, Clinical Pipe also pulls unstructured data from progress notes and various reports. The app then processes those reports and notes via any leading NLP (Natural Language Processing) engine and presents the PI/research coordinator with interpreted data or events that can then be submitted to the industry sponsor.  

This is revolutionary for early safety system detection or identification of particular stages/ratings of disease progression.  

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You are in good hands.

We are handling patient health information and populating clinical research databases. Security and compliance are therefore of paramount importance. We provide a rich set of security, process and administrative controls to meet and exceed requirements and standards for healthcare and clinical research. Including, but not limited to - HIPAA Security Rule, NIST CSF, 21 CFR Part 11, and ICH/GCP regulations.