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The latest eclinical software in the clinical trials industry.
Product includes claims data for site identification
i3 Global (Basking Ridge, NJ) announced its Web-based, clinical trial and data management system i3Cube. i3Cube offers additional data mining into health care claims data to help users target investigators with appropriate patient populations, as well as determine the sites and patients that best match protocol criteria for studies.
Other product benefits include intuitive user interface, customized reporting, automated workflow, collaborative communication portal, single document repository, and informative dashboards. These dashboards summarize all clinical trial information at a high level, with drill down for specifics. Access rights to the clinical trial information are determined by role, i.e., CRA, project manager.
i3 Global, (866) 306-1296, www.i3global.com
Hosted solution manages, analyzes, reviews clinical trials data
SAS (Cary, NC) announces its Solution OnDemand: Drug Development for the small to midsize businesses that help review clinical trials data in order to determine safety and efficacy outcomes. The Web-based hosted solution aggregates, analyzes, and reviews clinical trials data. The solution also includes a compliance-enabling platform for developing, executing, and managing the collection, sharing, transformation, analysis, and submission of clinical research data.
This application basically addresses limited IT infrastructure and resources of smaller companies. It features secure access for internal and external user communities, which can include CROs, collaborative development partners, and monitoring committees. Also, as a hosted solution, there are no direct hardware or software installation, systems administration, validation or maintenance costs.
SAS, (919) 677-8000, www.sas.com
Application addresses both recruitment and clinical trial awareness
Acurian, Inc. (Horsham, PA) announces its new social networking application Click it Forward. The company developed the application for the two most popular social networking platforms, Facebook and MySpace.
People register and install the free Click it Forward application on their Facebook or MySpace page and then spread the application exponentially by inviting online friends to install it. The user then gains points, which translates into the amount of money Acurian will donate to the preferred medical causes the user selects. The application also integrates Google Earth so users can see a visual map of their own Click it Forward network.
Acurian, Inc., (866) 566-5966, www.acurian.com