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Clinerion Patient Network Explorer

Clinerion Patient Network Explorer

Optimized study design, precise site selection and faster patient search and identification for clinical research - in real time.

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Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day

May 20th, 2022

May 20th marks the date in 1747, when James Lind, a Scottish surgeon aboard the HMS Salisbury, famously tested his theory that acids could prevent the symptoms of scurvy on the sailors on his ship. Thus performing the first clinical trial.

Today, the clinical trials process is highly regulated and involves vast groups of researchers, trial staff, patients and able-bodied human beings, around the world, ensuring the best patient outcomes, and making the introduction of new therapies safe. We have progressed.

Of course, COVID-19 has shown that we can still optimize our processes, if we really put our minds to it. Although the circumstances were clearly singular, the amazing success of the development and approval of multiple COVID-19 vaccines within the short space of a year sets the bar for how we run clinical trials in the future.

Official website of International Clinical Trials Day >

But how would James Linds' clinical trial be seen, if it were run today?

Clinerion's Douglas Drake looks at the original clinical trial through a modern lens >


Clinerion accelerates clinical research with real-world data solutions

Clinerion's Patient Network Explorer searches the millions of electronic medical records of patients at partner hospitals within seconds, and in real-time, according to complex inclusion/exclusion critera while preserving patient privacy. This enables the search and identification of sites with high numbers of patients fitting enrolment criteria and the identification of patients by trial staff for recruitment and randomization.

 ​Find out more about how Clinerion supports clinical research >

Smarter, more efficient trial performance. Reduced costly site ID & recruitment delays. Better patient care.

Imagine … faster patient access to medicines and improved health outcomes with Clinerion’s Real World Data Solutions.

Find out more in our videos for researchers & pharma sponsors and for hospitals and trial sites, below:

For Pharma: identify the right patients from our global site network - within minutes.

For Pharma: identify the right patients from our global site network - within minutes.

For Hospitals: match protocols and treatments to patients and bring sponsored trials to your hospital.

For Hospitals: match protocols and treatments to patients and bring sponsored trials to your hospital.

Interested? Contact us today

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