REDCap has been developed by Vanderbilt University for over a decade and is widely used by academic research centers, major non-profit organizations, and government agencies around the world to support clinical and translational research. The REDCap Consortium is composed of more than 750,000 users in more than 125 countries and has been used in nearly 550,000 research studies.
REDCap Cloud EDC was launched in early 2016 to support clinical research that requires compliance with regulatory agencies, commercial security standards, and data privacy laws. Since the initial launch, the company has collaborated with clients around the world to develop and launch a Unified Data Management solution with universal access through web and mobile based applications. The platform empowers data-driven research to advance medical discoveries and establish new standards of care based on real-world evidence.
REDCap Cloud enables patients, life science companies and healthcare organizations to collect, manage, analyze and share health data to support a collaborative, patient centric approach to developing healthcare solutions. REDCap Cloud serves clients and partners worldwide including life science companies, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), Academic Research Centers, Integrated Health Systems, government agencies and foundations.