Dr. John Podoba, president & CEO of Dacima Software Inc., will be presenting a poster on simulating an IIS to adapt a web database for offline data collection at the Society for Clinical Data Management 2014 conference in Las Vegas (Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2014). Title: Simulating an Internet Information Server (IIS) to adapt... Read More
Dr. John Podoba, president & CEO of Dacima Software Inc., presented at the Society for Clinical Trials 2014 conference in Philadelphia at the contributed paper session on May 20th, 2014. Title: Hybrid web / Offline Electronic Data Capture for Clinical Trials: Managing Offline Data collection in Regions with poor or limited internet connectivity While Maintaining the... Read More
In our last post, we explained why medical establishments should invest in epidemiology software. Today, we will talk about a few of the many ways our patient registry software can facilitate your clinical studies. 4 Ways our Patient Registry Software can Help you With Your Clinical Studies Enhance Your Post Marketing Surveillance’s Quality As you... Read More
Why Medical Establishments Should Invest in it? It was Hippocrates who first brought to light the link between medical ailments and the environment of the patient. A very basic example of this is staying outside in the cold will increase your chances for catching the common cold. This was the first step in what would... Read More
Dacima will be attending the Society for Clinical Data Management Annual Conference in Chicago from September 10-13th, 2013. Join us at booth number 204 to meet the Dacima team.
Dacima will be attending the 29th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeutic Risk Management in Montreal from August 25-28th, 2013. Join us at booth number 37 to meet the Dacima team.
Dacima Software attended The Society for Clinical Trials (SCT) 34th Annual Meeting in Boston, MA May 19-22th, 2013. The winner of the iPad mini contest held at the Society for Clinical Trials 2013 conference was Meredith Warshaw of the Center for Biostatistics in AIDS Research, Harvard School of Public Health.