Easily Integrate Systems Using iMednet API
Mednet makes it easy to export or import clinical trial data. Whether through its Data Import Manager or API, iMednet is designed to efficiently integrate and also share data with other systems to effectively meet the evolving demands of today’s study designs and requirements. iMednet’s API allows clinical research teams to easily integrate with a wide range of other clinical research technologies, including CTMS, eCOA, eTMF, eConsent and more.
Easily access, store, analyze and leverage clinical research data
As clinical trials evolve, so do the number and variety of data sources. The iMednet API simplifies and streamlines data import and extraction, making it easier to access, analyze and leverage clinical research data. The easy-to-use API enables you to quickly integrate external data sources into iMednet or export data into external applications.
Streamline data extraction
Designed as a collection of the common data endpoints captured in a clinical trial, the iMednet API includes endpoints for both EDC design elements as well as EDC data captured within a study. Combined, these endpoints tell the entire story of the clinical trial data. The API also allows developers of web programs to extract data in real-time, regardless if they have access to the iMednet system.
Easily import external data sources
Any patient eCRF in iMednet can be injected with data from an external system via the iMednet API. This enables research teams to manage another workflow in an external system, yet easily integrate and push the data into iMednet EDC.
Access data quickly without disruption
The iMednet API copies data from the production EDC database to a read-only database for API customers. This makes the data highly available, while also ensuring no disruption with an active clinical trial. Once a study is activated for API, the data updates every 15 minutes to ensure API users are always able to extract their key datapoints via the API quickly and easily.
Get support when you need it
In addition to Mednet’s customer success team, developers can access support for using the API at any time through the iMednet API Portal, which provides detailed guidance and documentation.