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OnCore Integrations

OnCore Integrations are part of larger ongoing efforts to reduce administrative burden on research staff through: 

  • Faster Entry Time: Designed for enhanced productivity - pulling data from one system and pushing into OnCore.
  • Greater Uniformity: Greater consistency in data points between systems.
  • Better Tracking & Reporting: Provides uniform tracking of protocol activation metrics for more accurate reporting, enabling study teams to fulfill sponsor needs and comply with NCI reporting requirements.
  • Less Errors: Automated data pushes will help to eliminate manual data entry mistakes. 
    OnCore Integrations

Integrations as of 4/1/2024



Florence eBinders™ support for the automated creation of basic binder folder structures and study team roles in eBinders. 

OnCore-eBinders Integration Chart (PDF)
OnCore Support: Protocol Fields Required in OnCore to Push/Create an eBinder (PDF)
OnCore Support: Florence to OnCore Document Workflow (PDF)


Payments Integration OnCore offers out-of-the-box Integrations with Forte Payments


eBridge to OnCore interface (API) is the first build of its kind at MCW and the missing link between eBridge, MCW’s Research Management Application and OnCore, the enterprise software for clinical trials lifecycle management.

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Study Information Portal from OnCore to the Froedtert Health public website. (Currently only cancer trials utilize the study portal. Expanded use to include non-cancer trials will be available at a future date.) Allows patients and families to search open clinical trials.



Study Information Portal from OnCore to the Children’s Wisconsin public website. Allows patients and families to search open clinical trials (currently cancer-only trials, but expansion to non-cancer forthcoming.)



 CRDW Data Warehouse Push of trials/biospecimen data from OnCore to CRDW Data Warehouse


Epic Systems Feed of patient demographics to OnCore from Epic (Froedtert). OnCore sends protocol and subject status information to the Epic research record (RPE interface).


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