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One of my favorite features of Medrio is the Skip logic functionality. So what is Skip logic?

Let’s demonstrate this feature by using the Demography form / Race field:

In many EDC systems that I am currently using or used in the past, we have to create separate fields for each option and write a custom edit check to flag when data has been entered under the specify field. This scenario request data on the specify field if the OTHER race option is checked but with skip logic, no other option will be allowed to enter data (e.g. White or Black or Indian) if the user did not select OTHER as an option and the required field ‘Specify’ is made visible and available (mandatory) for data entry.

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eCRF – DEMO – Medrio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DM form – Skip Logic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the above screenshot,  the query resulting from the skip logic configuration if OTHER specify is not completed. In other words, when Race other than ‘OTHER’ is checked, the specify field will be skipped (not enterable). To make this work and as a best practice, you will need to make the ‘OTHER’ field required during data entry.

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