Advanced data collection for clinical research
Fueled by Elsevier’s longstanding commitment to evidence-based insight, Veridata EDC advances clinical research and empowers scientific collaboration through secure and GCP compliant electronic data capture.
Researchers have trusted Elsevier to help maintain study integrity, efficiency and regulatory compliance for more than 20 years. We help ensure that your data is securely stored, and the rights, safety and well-being of trial participants are protected.
From the largest, most complex study to the smallest trial, Veridata EDC delivers a secure, intuitive and flexible solution. Researchers can configure and scale Veridata EDC to their unique needs, providing the right data entry solution for the individual study and site environment.
Compliant & secure
Veridata EDC is FDA 21 CFR Part 11, ICH Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and HIPAA compliant, and NHS Data Security and Protection (DSP) assessed.
Our flexible pricing model lets you efficiently scale the platform to meet your requirements, with a low total cost of ownership that offers greater savings the more trials you run.
Flexible trial design
Researchers can design studies and scale Veridata EDC to meet their needs.
Easy to use
Veridata EDC’s intuitive user interface means you can quickly input, monitor and run reports on subject data to collect accurate and reliable data for analysis.
With Veridata EDC, you can efficiently collect, store, share and analyze data over time. You can leverage historical data in combination with current clinical trial data and real-word evidence to gain a better long-term view of health trends.
Expert support & training
Our personalized training, how-to videos and customer forums support your team and help ensure a successful trial.
Veridata helps you unlock the power of sharable data. We enable greater research collaboration because we understand that shared clinical trial and real-world data are the keys to advancing clinical research — and the precision medicine of tomorrow.Get started