The OmniComm AutoEncoder is a modern and sophisticated tool for consistent and accurate coding. Out of the box, it is fully integrated with OmniComm’s TrialMaster® product for Electronic Data Capture (EDC), but its open interfaces allow for integration with any third-party EDC or safety reporting system.

With an innovative, modern web user interface, OmniComm AutoEncoder makes coding simple to learn and efficient to use. Configuration and user management can be done directly by the customer, for instance, to map source terms to dictionary levels and to specify whether to use MedDRA primary path only.

The FDA is supporting submissions in the new WHODrug Global B3 or C3 formats as of March 15, 2018 and by March 15, 2019, the older B2 and C formats will no longer be accepted. OmniComm AutoEncoder supports all WHODrug formats.

The OmniComm AutoEncoder solution helps in accurately coding source terms for both WHODrug and MedDRA dictionaries. The AutoEncoder provides coding consistency across a trial, group of trials or an organization – your choice.

Architecture and Workflow

  • Receive verbatim terms
  • Assess verbatim terms automatically with Auto-Code
  • Accept proposed match or perform manual search with Manual Code
  • Optionally perform independent review and approval after coding
  • Coding results are automatically transmitted back to the source system

Configuration and Security

  • Manage settings at trial, trial group or organization level
  • Load and manage synonym lists
  • Manage users at organization level
  • Assign users one or more standard roles:
    • System Administrator
    • Super User
    • Coder
    • Reviewer
    • Approver
    • Read Only
    • Read Only Monitor

Cloud-Based Application

  • Supports all major web browsers
  • Enables multi-organization and multi-user roles

User Interface

  • Work efficiently with intuitive and responsive user interface
  • Sort and filter every column
  • Hyperlink to complete source form in the EDC system
  • Access audit trail throughout the system