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TrialNetworks Feasibility Survey™ App Gets ARIAD Pharmaceuticals Unprecedented 75% Response from Potential Clinical Trial Investigator Sites
Date:9/30/2013

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Jeff Davis, Associate Director, Clinical Operations at ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, said, “ARIAD enjoys a strong collaboration with TrialNetworks and we were highly encouraged by the response we received using Feasibility Survey. Integrating these assessments into the rest of the platform ensures we realize the full benefits of TrialNetworks including more efficient processes, reduced time and cost, and a welcoming site experience. TrialNetworks technology makes it easy for sites to provide ARIAD with reliable information which we will use to make critical site selection decisions, and gives us clear visibility into and more control over global clinical operations than ever before.”

To prepare for the selection process, ARIAD sent the TrialNetworks Feasibility Survey to nearly 300 sites globally and received 225 responses – a huge accomplishment, says ARIAD Clinical Trial Manager Jay Pietrantonio: “The gold standard is to receive 50% of surveys back. To get 75% back is extremely impressive. The TrialNetworks Feasibility Survey app enabled ARIAD to meet our aggressive timeline for site selection by quickly identifying sites we are confident will enroll and exceed expectations in this pivotal trial.”

The TrialNetworks platform is the industry’s only Clinical Trial Optimization System proven to improve results from startup through closeout – including feasibility, site activation, patient recruitment and retention, site engagement and conduct – all from one centralized interface.

Eric Silberstein, CEO of TrialNetworks, said, “We are thrilled to partner with forward-thinking customers such as ARIAD who seek innovative solutions to make clinical operations more efficient. Equipping operations teams and sites with modern and efficient technology from feasibility through to closeout is becoming a critical success factor for sponsors and CROs.”

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