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Clinical Site Services Is Bringing 3x More Patient Enrollment to the 48th Annual DIA Meeting

GLEN BURNIE, Md., June 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Clinical Site Services (CSS), a Maryland company focused on managing the trial enrollment process for sponsor companies, CROs and investigative sites, is pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting at the 48th annual meeting of the Drug Information Association (DIA). The conference will be held on June 24th - June 28th, 2012 at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA.

The DIA 2012 48th Annual Meeting is the premier event for professionals involved in the discovery, development, and life cycle management of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, and related products.

Chris Trizna, President, and Charlie Speno, VP/Business Development, will be on hand to demonstrate their global patient enrollment and retention solutions and discuss how the CSS team provides "three times more" for its clients.

"CSS is a unique provider in the patient recruitment category," explained Trizna. "We want sponsor companies and CROs to understand how our proprietary solutions can provide enrollment results which are three times greater than those executed on their own. In many programs, we're able to see three times more sites performing when we are brought on board. Other times, our campaigns are three times more efficient in start-up and launch."

"Who couldn't use three times more of a good thing?" added Mr. Trizna.

Stop by Booth #1829 to find out how CSS helps its clients increase site performance, increase patient enrollment and increase retention. CSS will also feature three times the number of giveaways -- one each day -- by raffling off the new iPad and men's and women's Coach travel bags. CSS will also feature three times more power, with cell phone charging stations available for use at no charge.

Clinical Site Services (CSS) is a site performance company that provides solutions to increase the enrollment potential for investigative sites. Through a proprietary, integrated process, CSS strives to reduce the costs and timelines associated with recruitment of subjects for clinical studies.


Jennifer Whitlock
Clinical Site Services
P: 443-308-5803
F: 410-553-0087

Contacts on site:

Chris Trizna
P: 410-991-4632    

Charlie Speno
P: 443-895-0283

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