TBI/Brain Health Database Platform
QuesGen’s EnVision database offers any research team focused on TBI/Brain Health research, an amazing head start. With some customization, studies can be up an running within weeks.
Resources for Investigators with a focus on TBI/Brain Health Research
The QuesGen platform enables rapid solution development for a wide variety of Clinical Research Solutions. With a focus on TBI and Brain Health Research, QuesGen has worked with a significant number of Investigators studying Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and other neurological functions. Having developed a significant library of electronic Case Report Forms (eCRFs) and neurocognitive assessments, quick and seamless setup and deployment is possible.
Comprehensive TBI Data Structure
Most comprehensive acute injury data model including over 50 prebuilt eCRF’s and instruments.
FITBIR (Federal Interagency Traumatic Brain Injury Repository) Integration
If you receive NIH funding, you’ll likely need to submit data to FITBIR which can be quite difficult and time consuming. With the QuesGen platform, FITBIR data sharing is included in the use of the platform saving you time and money.
Fast Study Set Up
With QuesGen, you start with the most comprehensive TBI research model and add the specifics to your study. You can be ready for IRB review and data collection in days.
Academic and Commercial Research
QuesGen has grown up in academia and has recently grown into more clinical research as well. QuesGen is currently being used in over 100 Hospital EDs around the world.
Redcap is a wonderful tool but many investigators have run into challenges with complex data structures. If you’re in a position in which you’ve started your study using RedCap, we have a “RedCap loader” in which we can seamlessly move you over to the QuesGen platform.
TBI Research, Best Practices for Data Managment
What People Are Saying
“The QuesGen database platform has been integral to allowing us to quickly and easily access data on our cohort of patients. Our goal in establishing the database was to better understand our patient population and to be able to have the ability for comparative analyses with like institutions. The ease of the platform and the support provided were added elements that have proven essential to its utility.” Odette Harris, MD, MPH, Stanford
“As the largest single-site TBI study, we have unique data management requirements. QuesGen tailored their platform to successfully meet our needs. At the Minnesota State Fair, we were able to collect data on approximately 700 people from the general population in less than two weeks. This was in large part due to the efficient and intuitive setup with QuesGen.” Uzma Samadani, MD, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Neurosurgery - University of Minnesota