From simple turnkey solutions to large-scale multi-site studies, we help PIs overcome common obstacles and limitations with their database setup and selection. Researchers also hire QuesGen to advise on data management best practices and provide additional services where needed to help studies get up and running more quickly.
Why Work with QuesGen?
Experienced partner for dozens of academic institutions and researchers
Experienced in managing large data sets and running data curation through our flexible data platform
The ability to setup and scale research initiatives quickly and easily
Solutions for Successful Studies
With a comprehensive data model, assessments library, and curation expertise, QuesGen gets you up and running quickly, and ensures quality, compliant data – so you can focus on analysis of the results.
Support multiple clinical research initiatives across your institution using HIPAA and FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant solutions that can integrate with your EMR, FITBIR (Federal Interagency TBI Repository, required for NIH-funded studies) and other critical systems.
Research Study Sponsors
With a comprehensive data model, assessments library, and curation expertise, QuesGen gets you up and running quickly, and ensures quality, compliant data – so you can focus on the analysis of the results.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR WORK
QuesGen Systems is pleased to continue working with CENTER-TBI on their large European Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Study. QuesGen has worked with CENTER-TBI since 2014, encompassing 4,500+ patients in 80+ Centers in 25 countries.
Since 2010, QuesGen Systems has served as the Data Management platform for TRACK-TBI. TRACK-TBI sites throughout the United States will enroll 3,000 patients across the spectrum of mild to severe brain injuries.
QuesGen Systems is very pleased to be working with Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) on the nation’s largest, single-center prospective study on Concussion and TBI, tracking more than 1,200 participants.
QuesGen has partnered with the CARE Consortium since 2014, studying over 53,000 participants and managing over 130 million data points, addressing key knowledge gaps around concussive injury and recovery.