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Email only users

By | November 9th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|

Regional "Email only" user invite Email notifications come as standard in Spinnaker. Much as we all hate to receive unwanted emails there are always emails or notifications that we welcome; so we make those notifications configurable and specific for each project. Each user has their own specific email profile, or they use the default [...]

Encrypted DOB & Initials

By | October 31st, 2017|Categories: New to Spinnaker|

As part of improving privacy for patients in clinical trials, we now encrypt all patient initials and date of birth details, by default. These details are visible to approved user groups when the patient record is edited but otherwise they are not shown. Patient Summary Page   Edit patient details

Choose which hospital to work from today

By | October 31st, 2017|Categories: New to Spinnaker|

If you work at more than one hospital and both are participating in the same clinical trial,  Spinnaker now lets you choose which hospital you want to work from when you sign in. All your details will remain associated with the hospital your project manager originally set you up on. After you have been associated with [...]

Tip #3 – Save time with “Quick Entry” on changes

By | July 22nd, 2016|Categories: Spinnaker Tips|

Spinnaker tracks changes that people make to your database. At the most basic level we track who made the change, what day/time they made it, and the before and after snapshots of each data point changed. We know this can be a pain and we are here to help not hinder. So look out for the [...]

Tip #2: DIY locations

By | March 18th, 2016|Categories: Spinnaker Tips|

Some software makes it hard to add locations. With Spinnaker the Project Manager can easily add locations and control access to the software. Part of the "Manage" section in Spinnaker.

Tip #1: Quickly see the status of any patient

By | February 18th, 2016|Categories: Spinnaker Tips|

Use the “Find a patient” page to quickly see the status of the data entry on the CRF for any patient. Heres what those status icons mean: a tick means all the data required for this form has been entered into the database (the study project manager will define the requirements) a question mark means some [...]