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Bio-Imaging Technologies Partners with AG Mednet to Offer Complete Imaging Solution for Clinical Trials : --Partnership Increases Trial Efficiency and Enhances Data Quality--
Date:12/8/2008

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  • Mednet's Clinical Trials Imaging network is a sophisticated infrastructure designed specifically for investigator sites and trial managers. At the investigator site, a web-enabled agent guides trial managers through a process to send the image studies and data directly to the ICL. The process typically takes minutes, compared to previously used methods that have taken hours or days.

  • "AG Mednet's extensive network is designed to route diagnostic images (both DICOM and non-DICOM based) for the most advanced studies, with sizes ranging from small CTs and MRIs to extremely large CTA/MRA and IVUS," said Abraham Gutman, President and CEO of AG Mednet. "This partnership enables faster transmission of images to Bio-Imaging's ICL, and the network's advanced de-identification capabilities will expedite analysis, increase data quality, and ultimately, reduce the time it takes to conduct clinical trials."

    Bio-Imaging manages all aspects of radiologic data,- from study start-up and initiation through data collection, quality control and processing; to expert independent blinded review and delivery of final results. Its deep roster of board-certified radiologists, oncologists, rheumatologists, cardiologists and other therapeutic and modality-specific professionals ensures that trials receive the highest quality independent review. Bio-Imaging's partnership with AG Mednet simplifies contracting and implementation for its clients to a single line item, as Bio-Imaging manages all of the details.

    • transfer images, investigator sites need only internet access with no IT administration required. A web-enabled desktop agent provides investigator sites with simple access to the clinical trials imaging network and an easy- to-use workflow tool to quickly
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