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Prairie Education & Research Cooperative Joins MedNet Solutions' iMedNet CRO Partner Program
Date:6/20/2012

MINNETONKA, Minn., June 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNet Solutions, a global life sciences technology solutions company specializing in clinical study management systems, and Prairie Education & Research Cooperative (PERC), an organization specializing in cardiovascular and vascular trial management, core lab, and continuing medical education services, are pleased to announce that PERC has joined the iMedNet CRO Partner Program.  PERC will leverage iMedNet EDC, MedNet's innovative cloud-based eClinical technology platform, to easily and cost-effectively build and manage their customers' clinical research studies.

"iMedNet EDC provides an ideal electronic data capture solution that is financially feasible for PERC's budget sensitive companies while maintaining a high level of functionality and flexibility," stated Cynthia Deitrick, Chief Operating Officer at PERC.  "PERC looks forward to future business opportunities where iMedNet can be utilized as a seamless solution for clinical trial sponsors."

"MedNet is honored to be working with PERC – a top quality, highly-respected clinical services organization," noted Brian Sweeney, Vice President of Business Development at MedNet Solutions.  "We're confident that iMedNet EDC will provide the effective and reliable technology infrastructure they need for years to come."

Please contact MedNet Solutions for more information on iMedNet EDC or the iMedNet CRO Partner Program, and PERC for additional details on their cardiovascular and vascular clinical services.

About MedNet Solutions
MedNet Solutions is a leading healthcare technology company specializing in electronic data capture (EDC) and clinical trial management systems (CTMS) designed for the global life sciences market.  MedNet delivers proven, flexible and easy-to-use web-based eClinical solutions that effectively support clinical
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