Training Alert

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.