eConsent Myth #9: Regulators won't approve eConsent because it doesn't provide source data

Jackie Brusch

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Another argument against eConsent about regulators is that it doesn't provide source data, and therefore regulators won't approve it.  It is true that if eConsent doesn't provide source data, regulators are unlikely to approve it, but the best eConsent vendors ensure that their solution complies with ALCOA principles. 

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Jackie Brusch

Jackie Brusch is the Content Marketing Manager at CRF Health.

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