With the clinical trial community gathering for DIA 2015, eClinical tech vendors have been rolling out releases about their new tools, hires and deals. Here we round up a batch of notable news, including a new hire at Clinical Ink, deals for DocuSign and a visit to the FDA by Nextrials.
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Nextrials has found a new partner to adopt its clinical trials software, which is tailored for the iPad. InClin, a clinical research organization, plans to use Nextrials' Prism software to speed the start of trials and push down costs of drug development.
The CRO ESTERN Medical will use Nextrials' software platform Prism to offer up real-time trial data to its trial sponsors. The platform captures data from electronic health records, sending a steady
Gaining real-time access to the data coming out of clinical trials can provide benefits for the sponsors by helping them to keep a closer eye on costs, as well as ensuring that clinical trials kick...
Nextrials plans to demonstrate the interoperability of its Prism electronic trial management platform with platforms for electronic health records. The demo will take place this week at the HIMSS
CDISC registered solutions providers Nextrials and Formedix have integrated a data capture/trial management system with study design tools. The integration gives users of the Nextrials Prism data
Nextrials just got jostled on the Apple iPad platform. DATATRAK has announced compatibility for its eClinical software suite. The eClinical single-architecture platform encompasses trial
Clinical researchers can now use the Apple iPad to access the Prism EDC/clinical data management platform from Nextrials. Prism 3.0, announced last October, provides integration with traditional
The Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC) has approved Nextrials as a registered solutions provider. The clinical software supplier, which makes the Prism EDC and trial management