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MedAvante Opens Moscow Office and Successfully Completes First Centralized Ratings Assessment
Date:5/6/2010

25 countries throughout the world, we were waiting for the right opportunity to expand the more robust Centralized Ratings Platform outside of the United States. Sponsors saw the value in employing our methodology in Russia," said Paul Gilbert, CEO of MedAvante. "MedAvante provides sponsors with the assurance that regardless of where a trial is located, the same rigorous standards apply."

About MedAvante

MedAvante is the premier global provider of centralized expert psychiatric rating and monitoring services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. Centralizing raters makes it possible to continuously train and calibrate clinicians, which improves consistency and accuracy of the assessment of symptoms. The resulting level of standardization is not achievable with a larger group of decentralized raters participating from unconnected study sites. In addition, MedAvante raters are remote from the sites enrolling and treating the patients and thus can be more objective assessors of their symptoms. The company offers a range of services, including assessment of patients via high-quality real-time videoconferencing and quality control for trials via review of videotaped ratings.  MedAvante's research has shown that these improvements reduce trial failure rates, one of the most serious challenges facing the development of new psychiatric and neurologic treatments. MedAvante operates facilities in Hamilton, NJ; Madison, WI; and Moscow, Russia.


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