CRO & Device:

Transforming How Life Sciences Uses Imaging

Whether providing clinical study and clinical trial support for drugs or medical devices, imaging is critical to success. Ambra instant transfer of anonymized studies, strong storage and uptime processes, and sponsor transparency and self-service.

CRO and Medical DeviceScale Up Clinical Trials Quickly and Reliably

No more shipping CDs, or ad hoc image transfer from sending sites. Ambra enables sending sites to upload imaging with just a weblink, customized portal, or CD upload tool. It’s simple to add new sending sites to support a time point with just a few clicks, scale up time points, and add more patients faster, all while maintaining strong submission integrity. Centrally managed and automated workflows enable studies to be routed to organizations, locations, groups and users like QA personnel and investigators based on approval processes and rules.

Automated Anonymized Study Handling

Anonymizing and deidentifying studies for clinical trials is often manual and error-prone. Ambra automatically removes DICOM tags locally before the time point leaves the sending facility, eliminating risk of accidentally leaving any patient information tags in place, and can even automatically remove identifiable information from the exam itself.

Cut Risk of Unavailable Imaging Jeopardizing Trial

CRO and Medical DeviceDon’t let poor imaging processes risk trial integrity. Mailing CDs or using on-premise archives elevates the risk of losing studies, and lack of access due to unscheduled PACS downtime can slow down an entire trial. Ambra’s SOC 2 compliant cloud storage and backup ensures imaging is always archived, conforms to strong uptime SLAs, and is accessible from anywhere.

Increase Trial Sponsor Service

Ambra makes providing the best service and transparency to trial sponsors easy. With a customized portal, sponsors gain secure self-service access to trial data, and can easily view and download studies. With built-in imaging reporting and analytics, Ambra provides detailed data such as imaging volume, types of studies, time point trends and statistics, and much more.