Technology Solutions

CRF Health launches TrialMax ConMed Solution

Monday, June 15, 2015

CRF Health, a Plymouth Meeting, Pa.-based global provider of electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) solutions for the life sciences industry, has launched TrialMax ConMed, an eDiary-based solution designed to enhance the real-time collection of concomitant medication data from patients in clinical trials.

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Mosio launches suite of patient recruitment and retention solutions

Monday, June 15, 2015

Mosio, a San Francisco, Calif.-based life science technology company, has launched a suite of solutions created specifically for each type of organization within the clinical research ecosystem. Mosio’s web-based mobile messaging software services to enhance clinical trial recruitment and retention range from targeted plans for principal investigators and study sites to broad capabilities for CROs and fully customizable solutions for integration into study platforms of study sponsors, patient recruitment firms and trial technology enterprises.

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Classifying clinical trial portals

Monday, June 15, 2015

A popular driver of clinical trial portal adoption is the desire to improve investigative site staff satisfaction by providing integrated solutions that require fewer credentials, less double data entry and fewer manual paper processes. Other objectives include decreasing study timelines (especially site selection and activation), cutting study costs, improving study team oversight and moving to a paperless environment.

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Roswell Park Cancer Institute spins out new company OmniSeq

Friday, June 12, 2015

OmniSeq has officially begun its spin out from Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) and will immediately begin commercializing its suite of innovative products that support a physician-driven, collaborative approach to genomic diagnostics—matching cancer patients to therapies tailored specifically to them. Collectively known as OmniSeq Precision Medicine Technology, OmniSeq provides oncology groups, hospitals and healthcare systems with the first-ever fusion of clinical genomics and a comprehensive information technology solution that provides easy access to actionable insights about their patient’s condition and available treatment options. Like Roswell Park, OmniSeq is based in Buffalo, N.Y.

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Theorem Clinical Research, Decision Driver Analytics host mobile medical applications webinar

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Theorem Clinical Research, a global CRO based in King of Prussia, Pa., and Decision Driver Analytics, a Asheville, N.C.-based provider of product life cycle value analysis and health economic insight for drug and medical device developers, will host the webinar, “Embracing a Mobile Medical App in a Clinical Development Strategy to Improve Clinical Outcomes, Increase ROI and Lower Costs,” at 10 a.m. June 25 (EDT).

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OpenClinica releases Participate to capture research data directly from patients

Thursday, June 11, 2015

OpenClinica, a Boston-based provider of software for electronically capturing clinical research data, has launched Participate, a mobile, device independent solution for engaging participants in clinical research. Participate broadens possibilities for clinical research, by making it easier to meaningfully engage patients and collect high quality, timely data from patients in a way that is convenient for them.

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ERT launches Site Selection Analytics for Insights Cloud

Thursday, June 11, 2015

ERT, a global provider of patient safety and efficacy endpoint data collection, cloud analytics and workflow solutions headquartered in Philadelphia, Pa., has added the Site Selection Analytics within the ERT Insights Cloud. Site Selection Analytics joins the Insights Cloud suite of data analytics, visualization and workflow applications that examine real-time clinical data and deliver actionable insights and process optimization to pharmaceutical companies and CROs.

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ERT integrates remote biosensor patch with eCOA system

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

ERT, a global solutions provider for patient safety and efficacy endpoint data collection headquartered in Philadelphia, Pa., has integrated a wearable biosensor that captures and wirelessly transmits real-time, continuous, clinical-grade biometric measurements into the ERT electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) system.

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