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Ad Hoc Statistical Reports For CAPAs In Argus Safety



We recently touched on how Argus Safety enables you to track product complaint data and follow it through resolution. Today, we’ll discuss another CAPA rule the safety system supports. 

CAPA Rule:

System must produce ad hoc descriptive statistical reports on quality data

How does Argus Safety support this rule?

Without the purchase of additional modules or software or licenses, Argus Safety contains a robust ad hoc query/charting tool that can produce Case Listing and Case Data Analysis reports.

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The images above and below show that you can list all product quality issue cases with the following data:

  • Case number
  • Date opened
  • Quality Description
  • Actions taken
    • Opened, Due and Closed dates and Responsible Person
  • Order by Case Number and Date opened


The image below shows that you can generate a table with counts of all the various types of quality cases created using the case classification field.



The image below shows that within the same screen, a chart can easily be generated.





To read other posts in our “Argus Safety for CAPAs” series, click here.

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Rodney Lemery

Dr. Rodney Lemery specializes in the implementation, support, and development of software used in the collection, management, and analysis of clinical data. His accomplishments as director of safety and pharmacovigilance at Perficient include the management of numerous clinical application implementation projects. In addition to his expertise in clinical and safety applications, Rodney is able to navigate between the technical and clinical worlds with ease due to his complementary educational background in epidemiology. He also holds a part-time professorship in the School of Health Sciences at Walden University, which solidifies his ability to lead global safety implementations at Perficient. Rodney has been with Perficient, via the acquisition of BioPharm Systems, since 2000. Prior to joining the company, he worked at Pfizer.

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