Technology Partnership to Offer Intuitive eClinical solutions
MINNETONKA, MN: MedNet Solutions , provider of pioneering SaaS based eClinical solutions has joined hands with Algorics, a cloud-based clinical analytics solution provider to offer risk based monitoring (RBM) functionality to MedNet’s clients. MedNet Solutions has been a trusted eClinical partner for all types of study sponsors and researchers worldwide, helping them quickly, easily and cost-effectively achieve their research objectives
The partnership is build upon MedNet’s easy-to-use eClinical platform iMedNet, and Acuity, Algorics regulatory-compliant cloud based analytics platform. This integration aims at providing additional capabilities to their existing functionalities. These additional capabilities—visualization of key risk indicators (KRIs), risk assessment and categorization tools along with actionable decision support tools enables clinical teams to effectively manage trial performance that ensures quality, safety, and compliance. MedNet’s main goals are to help improve the clinical trial process and assist life sciences organizations get their products to market in the most expeditious manner possible. “Our comprehensive, hyper-configurable and easy-to-use iMedNet eClinical platform has dramatically improved the efficiency of clinical study initiatives across all phases and all major therapeutic areas,” says Rob Robertson, President and CEO of MedNet Solutions.
With the help of this integrated platform, clinical teams can take action against vulnerabilities to ensure data security in real-time. By utilizing the integrated platform firms will be able to deliver immediate insight into recognizing risk and implements remediation efforts for effective solutions.
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