In response to comments received in the CMI 2.0 assessment, next year CLIC and NCATS will be launching a new Common Metrics Initiative (CMI) data submission tool called CM-PRISM.
The use of the Clear Impact Scorecard has provided a foundation for hubs to work with the Results Based Accountability framework to gain insight on the performance of their metrics. As we transition to CMI 2.0, and begin to identify consortium-wide benchmarks and goals, we are transitioning to a new tool. NOTE: Hubs will continue to use Clear Impact Scorecard for their 2020 CMI data submissions.
CM-PRISM is a REDCap instrument. REDCap has historically shown flexibility in its reporting capacity and many across the consortium are familiar with its functionality. We expect that this system will be fully implemented and functional for August 2021 CM data submissions.
CLIC intends to request assistance from 10-15 pre-selected hubs to provide feedback on the user experience and to ensure that this new system not only meets the needs of the consortium but also facilitates data collection process. In the coming months CLIC will reach out to pre-identified pilot hubs to determine their interest in participation.