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Quintiles Selects invivodata as Primary Partner for ePRO Solutions; Collaboration to Enhance Value, Effectiveness and Speed in Drug Development
Date:1/18/2010

ial data directly from patients. invivodata’s electronic Patient Reported Outcomes (ePRO) solutions, which are based on over 20 years of research, deliver reliable patient self-reported data by driving patient compliance with the protocol and eliminating recall biases that plague paper-based self-report data. invivodata’s solutions include comprehensive trial-support services that facilitate the collection of ePRO data, web-based access to study data and operational reports that give researchers and sponsors visibility into study progress, and scientific and regulatory consulting on the use of PRO data in a regulated environment. invivodata’s solution has been used in more than 275 clinical programs and is the industry-leading ePRO system in delivering primary efficacy data for FDA drug approvals. invivodata inc. is a privately held company with global headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pa., USA; its European headquarters is in London, England; and its technology development center is in Scotts Valley, Calif., USA. For more information visit www.invivodata.com.

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