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ACRES Launches Global Clinical Research Network Technology Platform
Date:8/20/2013

istration Link" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">register as ACRES-affiliated sites, allowing for the exchange of information between the site and the ACRES' Global Network. Registered sites will enter information describing the site and its capabilities into ViS' center profiles where it can be shared with sponsors conducting online feasibility assessment. Sites will also be given for free the sought-after HCP Personal Experience and Training (PET-ABC®) HR Management System to enable archiving and user-controlled sharing of professional credentials and training certificates with colleagues, sponsors, regulators and institutional review boards to improve both operational efficiency and compliance.

In addition to the immediate value provided by enhanced visibility to sponsors and the professional credentials management systems, ACRES' registered sites will be well-positioned to participate in ACRES' future initiatives, including development and testing of global standards for site-accreditation and new tools for performance enhancement, quality management, remote auditing and risk-based monitoring.

ViS founder and CEO, Dr. Fabio Thiers, noted, “We are proud to support ACRES. The ACRES network will enable sites to share their capabilities and efficiently communicate with sponsors and international peers. It provides the foundation for a more efficient and sustainable clinical research enterprise, resulting in faster patient access to better and safer medical treatments.”

“We have created a global shareable network that makes the entire clinical research process better, easier and faster,” added Al O. Pacino, president of HCP, a global technology company that has previously committed over $10 M in technology and services to ACRES. “The ACRES Global Network will allow us to pr
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