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Grunenthal Expands Use of BioClinica's Next Generation Trident IWR/IVR for Global Trial
Date:6/20/2013

NEWTOWN, Pa., June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BioClinica®, Inc., a global provider of clinical trial management solutions, announced today that Grunenthal GmbH will again utilize the latest enhancements in Trident IWR/IVR for a global clinical study on pain medication. The three-year study will involve 350 patients at 80 sites across 17 countries. Trident streamlines the clinical trials process, making it faster and easier to set up, test, and deploy clinical study protocols.

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The integration of Trident into Grunenthal's clinical trial process is already underway. The new interactive web and voice response technology replaces a manual system for managing inventory, returns, and accountability of controlled substances. Trident automates these tasks and makes it easier to stay in compliance with controlled substance regulations, an especially important consideration for a pain management specialist.

In evaluating IVRs, no other technology provider met the controlled substance functionality Grunenthal needed. BioClinica responded by developing a customized solution. "BioClinica listened to our needs and built the functionality we needed into their IRT system in time for our deadline," said Henk Dieteren, Associate Director, Head Clinical Supply Manager, Compound Development and Branding, Clinical Development Operations, Clinical Trial Supply.  "We envision IRT systems becoming an integral part of our controlled substance studies," Dieteren added."Trident's ability to manage controlled substance inventory is crucial to meet strict regulatory requirements for conducting clinical trials that involve investigative compounds related to pain management."

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