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Journal Publishes AssisTek Article on Best Practices in Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes (ePRO)
Date:6/24/2009

As a result of assisTek's commitment to quality systems and expertise in implementing electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) in clinical trials, assisTek's article on challenges and best practices for implementing ePRO will be published this summer in EPC Data Management & IT Solutions.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) June 24, 2009 -- As a result of assisTek's commitment to quality systems and expertise in implementing electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) in clinical trials, assisTek's article on challenges and best practices for implementing ePRO will be published this summer in EPC Data Management & IT Solutions. The article was written by Joy Hebert, COO of assisTek, who has managed implementation of electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) in multinational clinical trials and clinical studies in 27 countries.

The assisTek article specifies critical system validation, project management, and system selection approaches that deliver quality ePRO systems and data, and enable efficient and effective management of clinical studies. These best practices provide CROs, pharmaceutical and biotech clinical trial managers with guidance and processes to ensure that the ePRO component of their clinical trials is consistently successful.

About .assisTek:
.assisTek is a global leader in innovative ePRO systems and has revolutionized the process of collecting patient-reported outcomes in clinical trials by providing technologies that reduce burden, improve management, and provide a positive user experience through large 9 inch tablet touch-screens, iPhones, smart phones, and internet.

.assisTek's ePRO products are the most advanced in the industry. The .assisTek systems have been used by more than 45,000 patients, 35 therapeutic areas, at more than 4,500 sites across 5 continents.

.assisTek, formerly Assist Technologies, can be found on the web at assisTek.com.

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