Research Solutions 2018-03-02T19:11:11+00:00

QuesGen Solutions, Web Based Data Management for Clinical Research

QuesGen Systems is located in the San Francisco area and provides data management services to clinical investigators, mostly in academic research institutions. The flexible, web-based platform provides an easy-to-use and modify CRF (Case Report Form) environment.

The platform is a comprehensive solution designed specifically for configuring and managing clinical databases. It will:

  • Provide complete user security
  • Restrict PHI from those who shouldn’t see it
  • Log all transactions as required for HIPAA
  • Provide teams easy-to-use tools so that non-programmers can make modifications


Institutional Platform

QuesGen platform installed in institutions. Includes just update support. Includes Study Design Toolset.
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Larger numbers of less-frequent users. Includes multi-site implementations and hosting.
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PI Study Management Solution

Standard QuesGen offering with hosting, design service and complete support.
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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

TBI can cause a host of physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral effects, and cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral effects, and outcome can range from complete recovery to permanent disability or death.
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Violence Intervention

The goal of the Violence Intervention Program (VIP) is to reduce the number of repeat victims of intentional violent injury by providing assessment, counseling and social support from a multi-disciplinary team.
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The QuesGen Advantage

Using the QuesGen platform has enabled rapid solution development for a wide variety of Clinical Research Solutions. Over the last several years, we have had a significant number of projects in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and other neurological functions. We have developed a significant library of electronic Case Report Forms (eCRFs) and neurocognitive assessments that allow us to setup and deploy solutions in
Our team has worked with the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) to develop a list of elements that are commonly available to all TBI investigators. By developing a comprehensive set of data elements investigators can build data sets that can be easily shared and combined.
While the current product works in an iPad and iPhone environment, we are undertaking a process to improve the user interface for mobile devices. A tablet-based solution provides an attractive platform for patient interaction.
Since the inception of the platform, participants in studies have been able to receive secure links via email for providing information. The next generation of this capability is the QuesGen Participant Portal. It will allow individuals to provide the necessary information about their progress using a secure, web-based connection into the database. The Portal will allow interaction with the research team and provide an understanding of the research objectives. In addition to enhancing the experience of being in a study, the Participant Portal will also increase participation and adherence.