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eConsent for the modern world

Electronic Consent is essential for a safe, streamlined, automated, easily available for patients, increasing visibility into patient enrollment and study metrics.

Kliniq eConsent enables patient-friendly forms and signatures on computer, tablet, or mobile device without sacrificing global compliance.

Kliniq eConsent Features

Remote Consenting


Dedicated Dashboards for Sites and CROs

Fast Review & Approval Workflow

Instant Subject & Site Communication


Version Control


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Tailored to Client Needs

Competitive pricing based on study design and client needs

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Special Volume Discounts

Engaging with Kliniq long term ensures special discounts on future studies

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Low Maintenance Fees

For longer studies Kliniq eConsent has a low maintenance fee

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. What devices can I use for the Kliniq eConsent?


You can access on any internet-connected device: computer, tablet, phone (iPhone, Android).


  2. What browsers are supported by the Kliniq eConsent?


Firefox and Google Chrome are fully supported. Microsoft Edge and Safari can be utilized however, we highly recommend Firefox or Google Chrome.


  3. Is my data secure?


Yes, we encrypt all personal information. We have state of the art data security protocols in compliance with regulatory frameworks GDPR, CCPA and HIPAA.


  4. Where is my data stored if I submit my consent to Kliniq?


Kliniq stores de-identified and encrypted data on cloud infrastructure located in your preferred and approved data center.


  5. How is my consent sent to me?


Your consent document is sent to you by your study coordinator to your provided email address via DocuSign.

  6. Can I save my signed eConsent?


You can save the signed eConsent file as pdf on your device for your records. You will also receive the signed document from Docusign for your records in your email.

  7. Are electronic signatures legally accepted?


Electronic signatures have been accepted in US ESIGN Act (2000), European Union with the introduction of Electronic IDAS regulations (July 2016) and the UK Electronic Communication Act (2000).

  8. Is Kliniq eConsent compliant with regulations?


Yes, it is compliant with 21 CFR Part 11, ICH/GCP, HIPAA.

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