Roche provides Evidens™ solutions (Evidens™ or Clarum) to a hospital, institution, or non-profit organisation under a royalty-free license agreement.
General rules of the partnership
Evidens™ solutions cannot be provided to individual healthcare professionals, but to their corresponding hospital, institution, or organisation. The partnership should be:
- Consistent with any applicable laws and regulations
- Not for the purpose of promoting any ROCHE product or service
- Not contingent on the purchase, supply or recommendation of any ROCHE products
- Not intended for personal benefit or use
- Intended to enhance patient care and/or benefiting public health
Ownership of the software
The RECIPIENT has no proprietary rights in and to the SOFTWARE. The RECIPIENT acknowledges and agrees that Roche retains all copyrights and other proprietary rights in and to the SOFTWARE. Use within the scope of this license is free of charge and no royalty or licensing fees are paid by the RECIPIENT.
In case of EVIDENS™, the data elements included in the tool according to the RECIPIENT’s own need belong to the RECIPIENT and will not be shared without the prior written consent of the RECIPIENT and will be deleted from Roche server maximum 6 months following the delivery of the SOFTWARE.
For CLARUM and REVELA, the full configuration including the data elements belongs to Roche.
On a case by case basis, Roche may provide further IT support or medical advice to assist the final configuration of the software.
Data support and data ownership
No support from Roche can be provided for the data collection or The recipient is the controller and owner of the data. Roche has no influence on the data collection.
Roche is not involved in any patient's data collection with any Evidens™ solution licensing. As the recipient will collect patient's data, it is the recipient's responsibility to comply with local laws, if any, e.g. to obtain patient consent prior to any data collection and/or use and obtain all the necessary approvals (regulatory authority, IRB/IEC, as applicable). The data is stored in the database hosted either on the recipient's own infrastructure or on a third-party infrastructure selected by the recipient. The recipient is the controller of the patient's data collected.
Configure a customised disease registry for any disease area (e.g. rare disease, autoimmune disease)
Adapt an existing disease registry template according to your precise needs. Clarum already offers ready-to-use templates for: Multiple Sclerosis, Oncology, COVID-19 and many other diseases. More templates are always being added.
Evidens™ Solutions: Processes
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