New York-based contract research organization (CRO) Clinilabs released its own document management system that the company said will significantly reduce the cost of information management and clinical monitoring and auditing during clinical trials.
The CRO’s new system, Clinical InSite, complies with U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations for managing clinical-trial workflow and enables Clinilabs to capture electronic files of any kind, store them in a central location in customized file formats and make them accessible to remote users in real time. The company said its system is significantly less expensive than other clinical trial document management systems.
“We have deployed Clinical InSite for use in multicenter trials sponsored by big pharma companies, and the response has been tremendous. Applications that improve workflow simply enable study teams to work more efficiently,” said Dr. Amy McCoy, associate director of data services at Clinilabs.