Duplicate Case Check Criteria - Why 90 Days
Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2008
Applies to:Adverse Event Reporting System - Version: 4.5.1 to 4.6.1
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The description of the duplicate case check for non-clinical AE cases (and other case types) in the Admin. guide for AERS states the following:
"The critical fields captured at case creation are compared with existing values of non-clinical
cases received within the last 90 days." I have some questions regarding the 90 day criteria for
- Why are only those cases received within the last 90 days identified as possible duplicates?
- Why aren't all cases (regardless of case create date) included?
- I understand how this criteria would apply to a case that is being entered on the Triage form
(i.e. a new case). But how does this logic apply to older cases? For example, if I run the duplicate case check for a non-clinical case that was created several years ago, will the duplicate case
check only identify potential duplicate cases created within the last 90 days?
- How could I identify a duplicate case that is older than 90 days?
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