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Cmed Technology to Preview New Innovations to Speed and Streamline Electronic Trials at DIA Conference
Date:6/8/2011

NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J., June 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cmed Technology, an innovative provider of eClinical technology, announced today it will preview its forthcoming Timaeus Guided Trial Builder product at this month's Drug Information Association (DIA) Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL. Guided Trial Builder will introduce an entirely different approach to simplify and streamline the startup of electronic trials. It expands on the Timaeus on-demand eClinical platform's history of harnessing innovation to empower clinical research teams to do more—in more places—with less time and effort.

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Guided Trial Builder will enable non-programmers to rapidly build entire trials, including visit schedules, pages and edit checks. It automatically ensures adherence to standards and seamlessly validates the trial during the build process, eliminating the need for manual quality control (QC) and hand-off between teams. Adding Guided Trial Builder to Timaeus' on-demand deployment capabilities allows study teams to start new trials and perform mid-trial updates at the touch of a button—without downtime or site interruption. Cmed Technology is currently working with a Top 10 pharmaceutical company to quantify the time and efficiency improvements Guided Trial Builder will provide.

"Today, more than ever, speed is everything as pharmaceutical and biotech companies look for faster trial builds, earlier go-live dates and immediate access to clinical trial data," said Dr. David Connelly, CEO of Cmed. "Guided Trial Builder expands on our many years of work building eClinical technology that can rapidly respond to the needs of research organizations. Imagine the benefits of building and deploying entire study databases in days—rather than weeks or months."

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