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TrialNetworks Customer Steve Sweeney of Arteaus Therapeutics Encourages Clinical Trial Sponsors to Treat Investigative Sites Like Customers by Using Innovative Technology
Date:1/10/2014

Needham, MA (PRWEB) January 10, 2014

Platforms like TrialNetworks’ unique Clinical Trial Optimization System can be used by pharmaceutical companies to improve sponsor-site relations, says TrialNetworks client Steven P. Sweeney, Vice President and Head of Clinical Development Operations for Arteaus Therapeutics, in a new article published by the Journal for Clinical Research Best Practices.

The article, “Treat Your Sites Like Customers... and Use Technology to Help Do It,” examines the cost of poor sponsor-site relationships and urges sponsors to change their mindset and fix communication problems. Steve says that sponsors can leverage solutions such as the exclusive TrialNetworks platform to keep sites engaged through consistent communication strategies, online training apps, helpful visit guides, support tools, and more. Topics covered include:

  •     How to assess your current communication practices
  •     An overview of clinical trial portals and communication platforms
  •     Functions that can be improved by such technology
  •     Site adoption case study during a 13-month trial

TrialNetworks Co-Founder and CEO Eric Silberstein said, “Steve Sweeney is a visionary clinical research executive with whom we have had the pleasure of working for several years on multiple trials. We share his passion for site advocacy and his belief that technology platforms like ours help innovative sponsors improve site communications and relationships. We admire and
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