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TrialOne to Automate Global Phase I Clinic Operations
OmniComm Systems, Inc. (OTC: OMCM.OB), one of the fastest growing companies in the EDC marketplace, today announced that its TrialOne® suite of applications has been chosen by a top 5 pharmaceutical company to automate their global clinical trial operations and processes in all their early-phase clinics.
TrialOne is a web-based, mobile, clinic automation solution designed specifically for early-phase research to facilitate recruitment, appointment scheduling, study building and design, screening, source data capture, sample tracking and reporting. TrialOne offers time-based data entry and integration with bar-code scanners and printers and biomedical monitoring devices to automate data, sample collection and processing. The flexible and configurable workflow streamlines operational and data management processes, while enhancing protocol compliance and data quality.
The clinics will be implementing the entire TrialOne suite, including Sample Tracking, Direct Data Capture, and Subject Recruitment & Screening and the implementation will be centralized and hosted by OmniComm and accessed via the web to accommodate a standardized workflow across all clinics.
“Traditionally, implementing a centralized, automated solution across global business units has been problematic for the Phase I industry,” said Randy Smith, CTO of OmniComm. “Most of the solutions designed for Phase I Clinics do not support a centralized, web-based approach and therefore clinics have been forced to manage their disparate sites with local implementations, making collaboration and standardization extremely difficult. OmniComm’s TrialOne application employs a high availability architecture with built in multi-geographic redundancy to mitigate potential network outages and provide for business continuity.” OmniComm Systems offers the only fully-validated and hosted, turnkey solution for standardizing and centralizing clinic operations.
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