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MedNet Solutions to Introduce New EDC/eClinical Technologies at the 2009 Drug Information Association Annual Meeting
Date:6/11/2009

MINNETONKA, Minn., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNet Solutions, a global life sciences technology solutions company specializing in clinical study management systems, will unveil a variety of exciting new and enhanced eClinical technologies at the upcoming Drug Information Association (DIA) Annual Meeting, June 22-24, 2009, in San Diego, CA.

"MedNet is continuously working to expand its market-leading electronic data capture/eClinical tool set to improve study efficiencies and data quality, while reducing overall timelines and costs," stated Kevin Anderson, Vice President of Marketing at MedNet Solutions. "We're thrilled to be rolling out these innovative new features at DIA, where representatives from leading sponsor and CRO organizations will be able to see firsthand how MedNet can dramatically streamline their upcoming clinical trials and post market registries."

MedNet will be demonstrating its complete lineup of eClinical technologies in its booth (#431) in the exhibits area at the DIA Annual Meeting. All DIA attendees are invited to visit the MedNet booth to learn more about MedNet Solutions' latest technology offerings.

MedNet Solutions is a global healthcare technology company specializing in clinical study management systems designed for the global life sciences market. Applying critical insight, proven technology, and unwavering support, MedNet delivers powerful, flexible and easy-to-use web-based solutions that support our customers' clinical studies, registries and investigator initiated trials. Since 2000, MedNet has successfully supported leading pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology organizations on projects spanning 6 continents and more than 40 countries. MedNet delivers a superior customer experience from beginning to end. For more information, please visit www.mednetstudy.com.

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