Digitizing and standardizing the PDFs that describe clinical trials is a manual process.
Natural language processing can help extract, digitize, and standardize text from protocol PDFs automatically.
A software platform helps clinicians conduct drug trials by translating instructions from PDFs into standardized, digital language.
These protocols are up to 400 pages long and require significant manual effort to translate.
Software extracts relevant information from PDF protocols such as start and end dates, descriptions, therapeutic areas, eligibility requirements, "if/then" guidelines, and more.
The necessary data is automatically formatted and embedded into the platform.
Drug trial protocol digitization is faster and can be executed at scale.
Reduced human error makes trials more standardized and effective.