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Leading the Site CTMS Market: Clinical Conductor CTMS Reaches 1,600 Sites
Date:8/29/2013

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Created with the understanding that no two sites are the same, Clinical Conductor Site CTMS has been designed with extensive functionality capable of satisfying every trial management need while adapting to the specific needs of each research organization. Listening to our customers and adapting to their changing needs, coupled with many years of healthcare experience, Clinical Conductor is able to stay on the leading edge when it comes to providing research organizations the necessary tools for successful trial management. The success and experience with site customers has provided Bio-Optronics the knowledge to expand its portfolio with Clinical Conductor Enterprise, a unique CTMS that provides unparalleled project management, visibility and real-time collaboration for CROs, SMOs, AMCs and provider networks managing multiple research trials across multiple sites, research organizations and partners.

Clinical Conductor Site CTMS is the site-specific trial management solution from leading healthcare software and service provider Bio-Optronics. As a market leader with over 28 years of industry experience working with over 1,800 healthcare and life sciences organizations, Bio-Optronics produces a variety of products aimed at meeting the specific needs of each organization: Clinical Conductor Enterprise, a leading-edge CTMS for organizations managing multiple trials across multiple locations; Momentum Physician and Staff Scheduler,  the highly configurable, rule-based scheduling software; and Biopoint, a patient identification system designed to ensure the proper identification of patients and synchronization of treatment at hospitals and other long-term care facilities. Bio-Optronics and its products are recognized for consistent, unparalleled service and support that continuously ensures our products are exceeding client and market needs.

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