High Point Clinical Trials Center has partnered with Verified Clinical Trials (VCT), a global clinical trials database registry, to insure the appropriate selection and qualification of subjects participating in their clinical trials at their North Carolina research facility.
“We are extremely pleased to partner with Verified’s Global Clinical Trials Database Registry to ensure the safety of study participants and continue to provide the highest quality data for our clients,” said Dr. Lorraine M. Rusch, president of High Point Clinical Trials. “It is our medical and quality mandate to use innovative technology such as VCT’s database to prevent the duplicate enrollment of clinical trial participants across multiple trials in different clinical research facilities across the country.”
Duplicate enrollment of subjects (simultaneous enrollment in multiple clinical trials) has become a challenge for the biopharmaceutical sector, impacting clinical research programs across the industry. Verified Clinical Trials uses biometric fingerprint technology to register subjects and create a record of the highest clinical confidence. The result is an improvement in data quality and safety for study volunteers as it prevents duplicate enrollment in trials at facilities in the registry.
“We are proud to welcome High Point Clinical Trials to our client base,” said Mitchell D. Efros, M.D., FACS, CEO of Verified Clinical Trials. “This collaboration demonstrates their commitment to the highest possible quality of participant safety. Including their data in our registry will also significantly enhance the value of the registry to all our participants. Now research sponsors can have an even higher level of confidence in the data High Point Clinical Trials Center provides.”