Best Practices Finalists Announced

February 4, 2016 | Clinical Informatics News today announced ten finalists in its 2016 Best Practices Awards. Three of the finalists will be named winners at SCOPE, the Summit for Clinical Ops Executives in Miami, Florida, on February 24.

The Clinical Informatics News Best Practices awards recognizes outstanding examples of applied strategic innovation—partnerships, deployments, and collaborations that manifestly improve the clinical trial process. An expert panel of judges assesses entries looking for solutions that are innovative, and needed in the industry.

2016 Clinical Informatics News Best Practices Finalists:

Clincierge—Patient Recruitment, Support and Retention for Rare Disease Trial

Covance—Xcellerate Monitoring - Covance’s Risk-Based Monitoring Platform

DaVita Clinical Research—Expediting Clinical Trial Enrollment: Use of electronic health record to data to inform feasibility, site selection and enrollment, resulting in significant time reduction and cost savings in a late phase clinical trial of a rare condition

ICON Firecrest—Financial Disclosure Form Process

MANA Consulting with PaxVax—Implementing Risk-Based Monitoring and Remote Trial Management Technologies and Processes to enable a  Small Biotech to run a 1000 subject Phase IV study with a Clinical/DM staff of Four

Neurological Clinical Research Institute @ Massachusetts General Hospital and Prize4Life—The Pooled Resource Open-access ALS Clinical Trials (PRO-ACT) platform- Using Big Data to drive innovation in ALS Research

PPD—Visualization Tools for Safety Observations in a Clinical Trial

PRA Health Sciences—PRA Collaborates with a Top 10 Biotech Company on Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Patient Trend Monitoring

Science 37 with LA BioMed—PEMPHIX Trial - Science 37 technology powering the LA Biomed telemedicine substudy site

Synchrogenix, a Certara company—Artificial Intelligence Technology: The Most Effective and Efficient Approach to Mitigate Risk For Meeting Data Transparency Requirements


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