Clinical Ink Merges with CentrosHealth

March 19, 2015
Applied Clinical Trials Editorial Staff

Applied Clinical Trials

Clinical Ink, an early provider of eSource solutions for clinical trials, announced a merger with CentrosHealth, a provider of configurable mobile apps for clinical trial patient engagement and electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) founded by MPM Capital.  The resulting  eSource platform for research sites, provides sponsors with the ability to receive all of their data, both from the site and the patient, in real-time and can reduce the cost, time, and complexity of the clinical trial process. The Clinical Ink approach to eSource and mobile data capture has been endorsed by both FDA and EMA and is an integral component of novel ‘risk-based monitoring’ approaches to clinical research oversight.

Further, Clinical Ink entered into a strategic partnership with Novartis Pharmaceuticals, as part of their Trials of the Future initiative, to help drive industry-wide adoption of fully electronic clinical trials. Clinical Ink also announced that MPM Capital and F2 Ventures joined FCA Venture Partners and other existing investors to provide additional growth capital for Clinical Ink to expand operational capabilities and further develop its paperless clinical trial platform.

 

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