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The company you keep…

The Bio IT World Conference & Expo has a long standing reputation as being the premier event for showcasing IT and informatics applications and enabling technologies that drive biomedical research, drug discovery & development and clinical and healthcare initiatives. We are very excited about one of the featured sessions taking place on Wednesday 13th March […]

Clinithink receives RARE Champion of Hope award for their ‘notable efforts’ in rare disease

Clinithink has been selected to receive the RARE Champion of Hope – Collaborations in Science and Technology award at the 7th Annual RARE Patient Advocacy Summit on October 4th in Irvine, California.   Over 200 individuals and organizations worldwide were nominated by their peers for a RARE Champion of Hope award for their notable efforts […]

Patient Recruitment & Technology: Silver Bullet or Good as Gold?

More research stakeholders are incorporating technology in some form to their patient recruitment strategies to help teams meet accrual targets. And while automating this largely manual process has made a positive impact, it hasn’t solved the long standing problem of falling significantly short of meeting recruitment targets. In a survey published by Applied Clinical Trials […]

Waiver of HIPAA Authorization: Meeting IRB Requirements

Protecting the patients who participate in clinical trials is a legal requirement and a top priority for owners of e-health databases. Health systems, academic medical centers and other healthcare providers are looking for ways to make compliance with HIPAA and the Common Rule easier, while at the same time harnessing the e-health information in their […]

CNLP Technology: Build or Buy?

Long gone are the days when IT departments consisted of few staff members whose role was a mystery to most and spent most of their time answering the expected why-doesn’t-it-work? questions from colleagues. These days, IT is integrated into almost every process in just about every kind of organization. IT departments are now sophisticated, made […]

Negating Lasagna’s Law

You know what it’s like. You take on a clinical trial convinced that you have enough of the right patients to meet recruitment targets. But you haven’t gotten very far down the funnel when you realize that you may have greatly overestimated the cohort of patients that meet trial criteria. Its common practice for those […]