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Clinovo Rolls Out Major Enhancements for Open Source EDC ClinCapture at Outsourcing in Clinical Trials West Coast Conference
Date:12/19/2013

="http://www.arena-international.com/poutwestcoast" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">The Outsourcing in Clinical Trials conferences are highly regarded events amongst life sciences professionals that aim to formulate a proactive approach to perfecting Sponsor-Vendor relationships to streamline clinical studies. It’s a unique venue for in-depth discussions into current issues within vendor selection, contract negotiation and provider management. Speakers include executives from Onyx Pharmaceuticals (part of the Amgen group), BioMarin, Gilead Sciences, and many more.

This year's conference features a new stream for medical device and diagnostics companies. It will explore the specific challenges faced by this fast-moving sector of the life science industry. ClinCapture is particularly suited for medical device companies, as showcased by customer Intuitive Surgical’s video interview. Mark Burns, Clinical Data Manager at Intuitive Surgical, explains in this 5-min video how the company saved over 50% in EDC implementation costs compared to proprietary systems. Intuitive Surgical was able to build, customize and roll out ClinCapture for over 15 clinical studies.

ClinCapture is the first open source Electronic Data Capture (EDC) with an integrated eClinical suite and advanced features such as Calendared Events and Dynamic Groups. Clinovo’s open source EDC has been distributed for three years for phase I, II and IV studies, from 20 to 20,000 patients. Leading sponsor companies have secured FDA approval using ClinCapture as their preferred Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system.

A 10-day evaluation of the system can be started for free at clinovo.com/clincapture.

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