CCTSI underwrites the REDCap services at University of Colorado.
The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) is the academic home of biomedical research that reaches from labs and into lives. The CCTSI is a collaborative enterprise between University of Colorado Denver, University of Colorado at Boulder, six affiliated Hospitals and health care organizations, and multiple community organizations with resources to promote research and training that will advance health care and improve the public health. The CCTSI was created in 2008 with funding from the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) initiative of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
DISC provides hosting, maintenance, and backup services of the REDCap at University of Colorado.
Development & Informatics Service Center (DISC) is a team of programmers, database modelers, and web designers with more than 20 years' experience developing software solutions for researchers at the University of Colorado Denver. The Center has experience with a broad range of technologies and with the particular needs of health sciences researchers. Whether you need a web-based educational module, a web site your secretary can update, a scheduling program, a system for tracking time and effort, an inventory management system, a health education CD, or an online survey, they can help you.
University of Colorado is a member of the REDCap Consortium.
The REDCap Consortium is comprised of over 300 active institutional partners from CTSA, GCRC, RCMI and other institutions, and it supports a secure web application (REDCap) designed exclusively to support data capture for research studies. The REDCap application allows users to build and manage online surveys and databases quickly and securely.