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Microsoft to Develop Open-Source Software for the Clinical Research Community


On June 1-2021, Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC) confirmed that CDISC is teaming up with Microsoft to develop the CDISC Open Rules Engine (CORE), open-source software that executes machine-readable CDISC Conformance Rules.

The global clinical research community will be able to leverage the CORE software to test study data for conformance to CDISC standards as well as regulatory and sponsor-specific conformance rule sets.


The free and open, Microsoft Azure-based CORE will execute Conformance Rules retrieved from the CDISC LIBRARY against standardized clinical research data and produce a report detailing the findings, which will allow researchers to receive, process, and review study data more efficiently and effectively.

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