Perceptive Informatics, a leading eClinical solutions provider and a subsidiary of PAREXEL International Corporation, has expanded its leading medical imaging capabilities with an enhanced reporting solution. Perceptive is among the first to offer a reporting solution that incorporates the industry-standard performance metrics for imaging core labs, as defined by the Metrics Champion Consortium (MCC), allowing trial sponsors to track progress against MCC criteria.

“The various stakeholder groups within imaging-based clinical programs have diverse informational needs, which Perceptive is committed to meeting by continually enhancing our technology capabilities. Clients can benefit from our powerful reporting solution which has been designed to provide high-quality data to enable greater insights into trial progress and support faster execution,” said Kenneth G Faulkner, PhD, vice president of medical imaging, Perceptive Informatics.

One of the key features of Perceptive’s enhanced reporting solution is a dashboard that presents high-level imaging performance metrics to convey vital study information at a glance. The dashboard allows study leaders to view snapshots of study progress for rapid analysis of data. User-friendly graphical displays provide visibility into key performance indicators (KPIs) and enable centralized access to imaging metrics for multiple trials and cross-study program monitoring.

The imaging reporting solution includes a comprehensive suite of online interactive reports. The reports deliver data on study progress with interactive functionality that allows users to drill down on various aspects of tracking performance.

The Medical Imaging Group of Perceptive Informatics offers a full range of capabilities in the application of imaging techniques from early clinical development through peri-approval studies. The medical imaging team operates globally and services a wide range of therapeutic areas, including oncology, neurology, rheumatology, cardiology, and endocrinology. Perceptive’s medical imaging technologies are fully validated and in compliance with regulatory guidelines.