The TransCelerate Digital Data Flow project (DDF) aims to a future state of fully automated, dynamic, study start-up readiness. This automated end-to-end process is also the goal of the OpenStudyBuilder. In the context of the DDF, the OpenStudyBuilder can be seen as an SDR (Study Definition Repository), but with more capabilities than what DDF is containing in its first version.
The main advantage of DDF is the standard API which allows the connection of very different up- and downstream systems. All tools which support the DDF project through their standard APIs should also be usable with the OpenStudyBuilder, which supports the same APIs.
During the DDF Connectathon, the OpenStudyBuilder team covered various aspects of the SDR and connections. We covered managing the Study Definition set-up with reference to data standards and showed a DDF API Adapter utilising SDR/USDM for integrations. Additionally, we demonstrated standards management, integration into Common Protocol Template (CPT) using a Word add-in tool and EDC integrations via various methods.
OpenStudyBuilder as a DDF Compatible SDR¶
The first focus area demonstrated how the OpenStudyBuilder can be seen as DDF compatible SDR.
Integration to Protocol and SDTM Study Design data¶
The second focus shows how protocol automation could work by using content directly from the OpenStudyBuilder.
ODM Study Definition solution¶
The last video shows the ODM export which enables EDC vendors to read this in to setup the study within the corresponding EDC system.