Medidata Academy announces new and updated courses for the RACT 2018.3.0 release

Medidata Academy announces new and updated courses for the RACT 2018.3.0 release

In conjunction with the 2018.3.0 RACT release, Medidata Academy is excited to announce the new RACT: Admin User Configuration Part 2 eLearning, as well as updates for the RACT: Conducting Risk Assessment and RACT: Admin User Configuration Part 1 eLearnings.

Updates were made to these courses to reflect the new features and enhancements in the 2018.3.0 RACT release, including: risk plan versioning, introducing the TransCelerate methodology for risk scoring, and changes to the risk assessment review and approval workflow. The course previously known as RACT: Admin User Configuration has been updated and split into two parts because of additional material being added.

1) Medidata RACT: Conducting Risk Assessment

The Medidata Risk Assessment Categorization Tool (RACT) allows study team members to identify, document, measure, and monitor the risk of a study protocol and devise a risk monitoring plan. The plan incorporates critical processes, critical data, source data review strategies, and key risk indicators. This course focuses on conducting a Risk Assessment in RACT. Topics covered include:

  • Accessing Medidata RACT
  • Starting a Risk Plan
  • Documenting the Risk Assessment
  • Adding a New Risk Subcategory and Category
  • Submitting, Reviewing, and Approving the Risk Assessment

2) Medidata RACT: Admin User Configuration, Part 1

The Medidata Risk Assessment Categorization Tool (RACT) allows study team members to identify, document, measure, and monitor the risk of a study protocol and devise a risk monitoring plan. The plan incorporates critical processes, critical data, source data review strategies, and key risk indicators. This course focuses on administrator functions within RACT. Topics covered include:

  • Accessing RACT Settings
  • Configuring the Risk Assessment Template
  • Configuring Risk Scoring

3) Medidata RACT: Admin User Configuration, Part 2

The Medidata Risk Assessment Categorization Tool (RACT) allows study team members to identify, document, measure, and monitor the risk of a study protocol and devise a risk monitoring plan. The plan incorporates critical processes, critical data, source data review strategies, and key risk indicators. This course focuses on administrator functions within RACT. Topics covered include:

  • Managing KRIs at Client Division Level
  • Managing KRIs at Study Level
  • Managing Critical Processes at Client Division Level
  • Managing Critical Processes at Study Level

If you have any questions about the course, please feel free to reach out to us at academy@mdsol.com.

Date

12/11/2018