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Clinerion Patient Recruitment System

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



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Press release: Clinerion adds FHIR data model to its set of standard electronic medical record formats.

Publication date: October 17, 2017

Clinerion announces that data integration to its Patient Recruitment System platform can now also process electronic medical records made available by hospitals using the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard.

Hospitals using FHIR may now directly exchange data with Patient Recruitment System without the need for additional implementation effort.

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Press release: Clinerion adds FHIR data model to its set of standard electronic medical record formats.

Press release: Clinerion adds FHIR data model to its set of standard electronic medical record formats.
Clinerion announces that data integration to its Patient Recruitment System platform can now also process electronic medical records made available by hospitals using the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard.
Press release: Clinerion adds FHIR data model to its set of standard electronic medical record format

Hospitals using FHIR may now directly exchange data with Patient Recruitment System without the need for additional implementation effort.

Download the PDF for the full release.



Interview: "In Switzerland, we often sell promising technologies too early" (BaselArea.swiss)

Publication date: September 05, 2017

BaselArea.swiss interviewed Clinerion CEO Ulf Claesson on the challenges and opportunities inherent in running startups in healthtech.

Original publication date: September 5, 2017.

"Ulf Claesson is a "serial entrepreneur". During the past 25 years, he has set up companies that have gone on to become firmly established in the market. In 2012, he joined Clinerion as CEO and shareholder. Since then, the company has positioned itself in the medical data field and recently entered into a partnership with British company Cisiv. Clinerion's software helps recruit patients for clinical trials run by major pharmaceutical companies – in real time. But the competition never sleeps. A growing number of competitors is now appearing, especially in the USA where there is no shortage of risk capital. In this interview for the Innovation Report, Claesson explains how the Basel-based healthtech company plans to maintain its leadership position ..."

Link: www.baselarea.swiss/baselarea-swiss/channels/innovation-report/2017/09/In-Switzerland-we-often-sell-promising-technologies-too-early.html

Interview: "In Switzerland, we often sell promising technologies too early" (BaselArea.swiss)

Interview: "In Switzerland, we often sell promising technologies too early" (BaselArea.swiss)
BaselArea.swiss interviewed Clinerion CEO Ulf Claesson on the challenges and opportunities inherent in running startups in healthtech.
Interview: "In Switzerland, we often sell promising technologies too early" (BaselArea.swis

Original publication date: September 5, 2017.

"Ulf Claesson is a "serial entrepreneur". During the past 25 years, he has set up companies that have gone on to become firmly established in the market. In 2012, he joined Clinerion as CEO and shareholder. Since then, the company has positioned itself in the medical data field and recently entered into a partnership with British company Cisiv. Clinerion's software helps recruit patients for clinical trials run by major pharmaceutical companies – in real time. But the competition never sleeps. A growing number of competitors is now appearing, especially in the USA where there is no shortage of risk capital. In this interview for the Innovation Report, Claesson explains how the Basel-based healthtech company plans to maintain its leadership position ..."

Link: www.baselarea.swiss/baselarea-swiss/channels/innovation-report/2017/09/In-Switzerland-we-often-sell-promising-technologies-too-early.html



Press release: Clinerion releases revamped design with improved functionality for Patient Recruitment System.

Publication date: August 24, 2017

Clinerion has redesigned the web application for Patient Recruitment System, creating a sleek, professional and intuitive new user interface with analytical capabilities. The system’s functionality and speed have been improved, further supporting decision-making for clinical trial site selection and recruitment strategies.

"The Patient Recruitment System (PRS) web application has been completely redesigned, using state of the art web design principles based on Material Design. It now incorporates new functionalities and improvements in ease-of-use, resulting in a modern, visually attractive, intuitive and user-friendly appearance. The entire application can now be used on touch displays ..."

A new look for the Protocol Designer.

​Results in graphical format by age and gender.

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Press release: Clinerion releases revamped design with improved functionality for Patient Recruitment System.

Press release: Clinerion releases revamped design with improved functionality for Patient Recruitment System.
Clinerion has redesigned the web application for Patient Recruitment System, creating a sleek, professional and intuitive new user interface with analytical capabilities. The system’s functionality and speed have been improved, further supporting decision-making for clinical trial site selection and recruitment strategies.
Press release: Clinerion releases revamped design with improved functionality for Patient Recruitment

"The Patient Recruitment System (PRS) web application has been completely redesigned, using state of the art web design principles based on Material Design. It now incorporates new functionalities and improvements in ease-of-use, resulting in a modern, visually attractive, intuitive and user-friendly appearance. The entire application can now be used on touch displays ..."

A new look for the Protocol Designer.

​Results in graphical format by age and gender.

Download the PDF for the full release.



Press article: Clinerion talks 'technically groundbreaking' patient recruitment system. (Outsourcing Pharma)

Publication date: August 23, 2017

Outsourcing Pharma interviews Clinerion CEO Ulf Claesson on our new technology for patient search and identification using anonymized patient data, ANID.

Original publication date: August 23, 2017.

"Permission to use electronic patient data differs from country to country, and can also depend on the interpretation thereof by hospital authorities.  This limits the pool of hospitals which can be called upon for online patient recruitment for clinical trials.

"With Clinerion’s ANID technology, all these concerns are automatically allayed, because the technology only uses anonymized data ...

"To our knowledge, there are no other patient recruitment solutions which work using fully anonymized data."

​Link: www.outsourcing-pharma.com/Clinical-Development/Clinerion-patents-anonymized-identification-technology

Press article: Clinerion talks 'technically groundbreaking' patient recruitment system. (Outsourcing Pharma)

Press article: Clinerion talks 'technically groundbreaking' patient recruitment system. (Outsourcing Pharma)
Outsourcing Pharma interviews Clinerion CEO Ulf Claesson on our new technology for patient search and identification using anonymized patient data, ANID.
Press article: Clinerion talks 'technically groundbreaking' patient recruitment system. (Ou

Original publication date: August 23, 2017.

"Permission to use electronic patient data differs from country to country, and can also depend on the interpretation thereof by hospital authorities.  This limits the pool of hospitals which can be called upon for online patient recruitment for clinical trials.

"With Clinerion’s ANID technology, all these concerns are automatically allayed, because the technology only uses anonymized data ...

"To our knowledge, there are no other patient recruitment solutions which work using fully anonymized data."

​Link: www.outsourcing-pharma.com/Clinical-Development/Clinerion-patents-anonymized-identification-technology



Press release: Clinerion announces a new technology for patient identification using fully anonymized electronic patient data.

Publication date: August 16, 2017

Clinerion has filed an international patent application following the PCT route for a new technology for patient search and identification based on the electronic medical records of patients held by hospitals. The “anonymized identification” (ANID) technology involves exclusively the use of anonymized data, ensuring the privacy and security of patient information.

  • “Anonymized identification” is based on fully anonymized patient records, with no use of pseudo IDs.
  • PCT patent filed for a new technology which uses a combination of techniques, incl. checksum algorithms to match anonymized records with corresponding hospital medical records.
  • New system set-up increases data security and privacy protection.
  • Technology can be applied in the identification of clinical trial candidate patients within trial sites.

Visit the new patent page >

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Press release: Clinerion announces a new technology for patient identification using fully anonymized electronic patient data.

Press release: Clinerion announces a new technology for patient identification using fully anonymized electronic patient data.
Clinerion has filed an international patent application following the PCT route for a new technology for patient search and identification based on the electronic medical records of patients held by hospitals. The “anonymized identification” (ANID) technology involves exclusively the use of anonymized data, ensuring the privacy and security of patient information.
Press release: Clinerion announces a new technology for patient identification using fully anonymized
  • “Anonymized identification” is based on fully anonymized patient records, with no use of pseudo IDs.
  • PCT patent filed for a new technology which uses a combination of techniques, incl. checksum algorithms to match anonymized records with corresponding hospital medical records.
  • New system set-up increases data security and privacy protection.
  • Technology can be applied in the identification of clinical trial candidate patients within trial sites.

Visit the new patent page >

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Press article: Clinerion adds 4.5m patients to recruitment platform (Outsourcing Pharma)

Publication date: August 07, 2017

Outsourcing Pharma dug a bit deeper into our recent news about Başkent University joining Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System and interviewed our Head of EEMEA Region, Bariş Erdoğan, PhD ...

Original publication date: August 3, 2017.

"Başkent University’s hospital cluster has joined Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) Platform, expanding sponsor access to potential clinical trial participants."

​Link: www.outsourcing-pharma.com/Clinical-Development/Clinerion-adds-4.5m-patients-to-recruitment-platform

 

Press article: Clinerion adds 4.5m patients to recruitment platform (Outsourcing Pharma)

Press article: Clinerion adds 4.5m patients to recruitment platform (Outsourcing Pharma)
Outsourcing Pharma dug a bit deeper into our recent news about Başkent University joining Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System and interviewed our Head of EEMEA Region, Bariş Erdoğan, PhD ...
Press article: Clinerion adds 4.5m patients to recruitment platform (Outsourcing Pharma)

Original publication date: August 3, 2017.

"Başkent University’s hospital cluster has joined Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) Platform, expanding sponsor access to potential clinical trial participants."

​Link: www.outsourcing-pharma.com/Clinical-Development/Clinerion-adds-4.5m-patients-to-recruitment-platform

 



Clinerion article: On the Record (International Clinical Trials)

Publication date: August 04, 2017

The rise and the benefits of precision medicine - and how data analytics of electronic health records helps to unlock its potential. Read our article in "International Clinical Trials," August 2017. © Samedan Ltd.

"Precision medicine is fast becoming recognised as the way forward for the treatment of diseases. Having the right patient medical information is key, and IT technologies are crucial in being able to analyse it. Of all the data sources, electronic medical records seem to hold the most potential."

Link to August 2017 edition of International Clinical Trials: www.samedanltd.com/magazine/current/13

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Clinerion article: On the Record (International Clinical Trials)

Clinerion article: On the Record (International Clinical Trials)
The rise and the benefits of precision medicine - and how data analytics of electronic health records helps to unlock its potential. Read our article in "International Clinical Trials," August 2017. © Samedan Ltd.
Clinerion article: On the Record (International Clinical Trials)

"Precision medicine is fast becoming recognised as the way forward for the treatment of diseases. Having the right patient medical information is key, and IT technologies are crucial in being able to analyse it. Of all the data sources, electronic medical records seem to hold the most potential."

Link to August 2017 edition of International Clinical Trials: www.samedanltd.com/magazine/current/13



Press release: Başkent University joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System Platform.

Publication date: August 02, 2017

Başkent University’s hospital cluster is joining the Patient Recruitment System platform, giving their 4.5 M patients access to innovative treatments and therapies offered by cutting edge clinical research.

"With this move, Başkent University will gain the advantages of partnership with the Patient Recruitment System (PRS) platform: visibility to sponsors making trial siting decisions, increased speed and effectiveness in recruitment, increased efficiency in matching studies to the hospital’s own patient population. Sites can also make use of PRS, internally, for academic trials with the assurance of compliance to hospital-level data access permissions.

"Patients at Başkent University will be able to access the latest treatments and therapies offered by the running of clinical research trials for innovative medicines in development."

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Press release: Başkent University joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System Platform.

Press release: Başkent University joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System Platform.
Başkent University’s hospital cluster is joining the Patient Recruitment System platform, giving their 4.5 M patients access to innovative treatments and therapies offered by cutting edge clinical research.
Press release: Başkent University joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System Platform.

"With this move, Başkent University will gain the advantages of partnership with the Patient Recruitment System (PRS) platform: visibility to sponsors making trial siting decisions, increased speed and effectiveness in recruitment, increased efficiency in matching studies to the hospital’s own patient population. Sites can also make use of PRS, internally, for academic trials with the assurance of compliance to hospital-level data access permissions.

"Patients at Başkent University will be able to access the latest treatments and therapies offered by the running of clinical research trials for innovative medicines in development."

Download the PDF for the full release.



Press article: Partnership unveils EHR-EDC integration (CenterWatch Weekly)

Publication date: July 24, 2017

Front page on CenterWatch Weekly this week is the news of Clinerion's partnership with Cisiv.

Original publication date: July 24, 2017.

"Two industry innovators have joined forces to take the lead in real-world studies. Clinerion and Cisiv have formed a groundbreaking partnership to offer a revolutionary approach to observational research by enabling automated data transfer from electronic hospital records (EHRs) to electronic data capture (EDC). The partnering of both companies’ patented technologies will reduce the data entry burden to physicians participating in observational studies, improve data quality and enable smooth and rapid data collection in real-world settings. Clinerion and Cisiv share a vision of using technology to make real-world research leaner, easier to implement and, ultimately, more cost-efficient."

CWWeekly is only available to subscribers.

​Link: www.centerwatch.com/news-online/2017/07/24/centerwatch-weekly-july-24-2017/

Press article: Partnership unveils EHR-EDC integration (CenterWatch Weekly)

Press article: Partnership unveils EHR-EDC integration (CenterWatch Weekly)
Front page on CenterWatch Weekly this week is the news of Clinerion's partnership with Cisiv.
Press article: Partnership unveils EHR-EDC integration (CenterWatch Weekly)

Original publication date: July 24, 2017.

"Two industry innovators have joined forces to take the lead in real-world studies. Clinerion and Cisiv have formed a groundbreaking partnership to offer a revolutionary approach to observational research by enabling automated data transfer from electronic hospital records (EHRs) to electronic data capture (EDC). The partnering of both companies’ patented technologies will reduce the data entry burden to physicians participating in observational studies, improve data quality and enable smooth and rapid data collection in real-world settings. Clinerion and Cisiv share a vision of using technology to make real-world research leaner, easier to implement and, ultimately, more cost-efficient."

CWWeekly is only available to subscribers.

​Link: www.centerwatch.com/news-online/2017/07/24/centerwatch-weekly-july-24-2017/



Press release: Clinerion partners with Cisiv to lead innovation in real-world research.

Publication date: July 17, 2017

Clinerion and Cisiv have formed a groundbreaking partnership to offer a revolutionary approach to observational research by enabling automated data transfer from electronic hospital records (EHRs) to electronic data capture (EDC).

Two industry innovators are joining forces to take the lead in real-world studies.

Visit Clinerion's Partners page >

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Press release: Clinerion partners with Cisiv to lead innovation in real-world research.

Press release: Clinerion partners with Cisiv to lead innovation in real-world research.
Clinerion and Cisiv have formed a groundbreaking partnership to offer a revolutionary approach to observational research by enabling automated data transfer from electronic hospital records (EHRs) to electronic data capture (EDC).
Press release: Clinerion partners with Cisiv to lead innovation in real-world research.

Two industry innovators are joining forces to take the lead in real-world studies.

Visit Clinerion's Partners page >

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Clinerion article: Accelerating clinical research in Brazil (pharmaphorum)

Publication date: July 04, 2017

The challenges and opportunities for clinical research in Brazil. Following Clinerion's recent partnership with the iHealth Group in Brazil and our subsequent industry event on accelerating clinical research in the country, pharmaphorum commissioned us to outline how we saw the development of clinical research in the country.

Original Publication Date: July 3, 2017.

"Though Brazil has the expertise and infrastructure, clinical research is not at the level that might be expected of the world’s fifth-most-populous country. Luis Magalhaes and Le Vin Chin examine the challenges and two developments that promise to improve the situation: the approval of the PLS 200 law, to smooth clinical trials approvals, and the digitalisation of health data, enabling patient data analytics."

Link: www.pharmaphorum.com/views-and-analysis/accelerating-clinical-research-brazil

Press release: Clinerion enters South America, as Brazil’s iHealth Group joins the Patient Recruitment System platform >

Report: “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar​ >

Clinerion article: Accelerating clinical research in Brazil (pharmaphorum)

Clinerion article: Accelerating clinical research in Brazil (pharmaphorum)
The challenges and opportunities for clinical research in Brazil. Following Clinerion's recent partnership with the iHealth Group in Brazil and our subsequent industry event on accelerating clinical research in the country, pharmaphorum commissioned us to outline how we saw the development of clinical research in the country.
Clinerion article: Accelerating clinical research in Brazil (pharmaphorum)

Original Publication Date: July 3, 2017.

"Though Brazil has the expertise and infrastructure, clinical research is not at the level that might be expected of the world’s fifth-most-populous country. Luis Magalhaes and Le Vin Chin examine the challenges and two developments that promise to improve the situation: the approval of the PLS 200 law, to smooth clinical trials approvals, and the digitalisation of health data, enabling patient data analytics."

Link: www.pharmaphorum.com/views-and-analysis/accelerating-clinical-research-brazil

Press release: Clinerion enters South America, as Brazil’s iHealth Group joins the Patient Recruitment System platform >

Report: “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar​ >



Clinerion article: Regulations and Recruitment: Experiences in the Middle East (Journal for Clinical Studies)

Publication date: June 26, 2017

How best to approach clinical research in the Middle East? Clinerion outlines our experience and recommendations in the region, in our article in the "Journal for Clinical Studies."

"The potential for the pharmaceuticals industry in the Middle East is vast, and growing. Clinical research is also growing, alongside pharma, in the region, despite variations in situation from country to country, and despite certain barriers that still need to be solved. The challenges of regulations and patient recruitment, in particular, are analysed. We take a specifc look at one of the most established countries in the region for clinical trials, Turkey, to see how it might act as a model for the rest of the region."

Link to Journal for Clinical Studies, Volume 9, Issue 3: www.jforcs.com/regulations-recruitment-experiences-middle-east

©www.jforcs.com.

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Clinerion article: Regulations and Recruitment: Experiences in the Middle East (Journal for Clinical Studies)

Clinerion article: Regulations and Recruitment: Experiences in the Middle East (Journal for Clinical Studies)
How best to approach clinical research in the Middle East? Clinerion outlines our experience and recommendations in the region, in our article in the "Journal for Clinical Studies."
Clinerion article: Regulations and Recruitment: Experiences in the Middle East (Journal for Clinical

"The potential for the pharmaceuticals industry in the Middle East is vast, and growing. Clinical research is also growing, alongside pharma, in the region, despite variations in situation from country to country, and despite certain barriers that still need to be solved. The challenges of regulations and patient recruitment, in particular, are analysed. We take a specifc look at one of the most established countries in the region for clinical trials, Turkey, to see how it might act as a model for the rest of the region."

Link to Journal for Clinical Studies, Volume 9, Issue 3: www.jforcs.com/regulations-recruitment-experiences-middle-east

©www.jforcs.com.



Clinerion is Switzerland Global Enterprise's Member of the Month!

Publication date: June 01, 2017

Check out their feature on us!

Clinerion is Switzerland Global Enterprise's Member of the Month!

Clinerion is Switzerland Global Enterprise's Member of the Month!
Check out their feature on us!
Clinerion is Switzerland Global Enterprise's Member of the Month!


Interview: “In Switzerland, we are not aggressive enough” (Startupticker.ch)

Publication date: May 29, 2017

Clinerion CEO Ulf Claesson was interviewed by Startupticker.ch when he participated in a panel on "Digitization in the healthcare sector" during the recent "Biotech and Digitization Day" in Basel, Switzerland.

Original publication date: May 24, 2017.

"Digitalisation in the health sector is in full swing. Switzerland is well positioned, but must be careful not to be overtaken by old and new competitors, according to serial entrepreneur Ulf Claesson. Active himself in this field with Clinerion, Claesson knows the situation first hand ..."

Link: www.startupticker.ch/en/news/may-2017/in-switzerland-we-are-not-aggressive-enough

Interview: “In Switzerland, we are not aggressive enough” (Startupticker.ch)

Interview: “In Switzerland, we are not aggressive enough” (Startupticker.ch)
Clinerion CEO Ulf Claesson was interviewed by Startupticker.ch when he participated in a panel on "Digitization in the healthcare sector" during the recent "Biotech and Digitization Day" in Basel, Switzerland.
Interview: “In Switzerland, we are not aggressive enough” (Startupticker.ch)

Original publication date: May 24, 2017.

"Digitalisation in the health sector is in full swing. Switzerland is well positioned, but must be careful not to be overtaken by old and new competitors, according to serial entrepreneur Ulf Claesson. Active himself in this field with Clinerion, Claesson knows the situation first hand ..."

Link: www.startupticker.ch/en/news/may-2017/in-switzerland-we-are-not-aggressive-enough



News: International Clinical Trials Day 2017

Publication date: May 19, 2017

Celebrating the practice of clinical trials, recognizing the practitioners, and raising awareness.

Taking the supposed date of the very first clinical trial, for scurvy, by ship surgeon James Lind, aboard the HMS Salisbury, International Clinical Trials Day celebrates the practice of clinical trials itself, as well as recognizing the practitioners whose efforts contribute to the advancement of medicine and public health. The Day also acts to raise awareness among the general public on the benefits of the practice.

Link (ACRP): www.clinicaltrialsday.org
Link (ECRIN): www.ecrin.org/event/international-clinical-trials-day-2017

News: International Clinical Trials Day 2017

News: International Clinical Trials Day 2017
Celebrating the practice of clinical trials, recognizing the practitioners, and raising awareness.
News: International Clinical Trials Day 2017

Taking the supposed date of the very first clinical trial, for scurvy, by ship surgeon James Lind, aboard the HMS Salisbury, International Clinical Trials Day celebrates the practice of clinical trials itself, as well as recognizing the practitioners whose efforts contribute to the advancement of medicine and public health. The Day also acts to raise awareness among the general public on the benefits of the practice.

Link (ACRP): www.clinicaltrialsday.org
Link (ECRIN): www.ecrin.org/event/international-clinical-trials-day-2017



Report: “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar

Publication date: May 19, 2017

A report on our “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar, run with the support of the Consulate General of Switzerland, in São Paulo.

On Monday, May 15, 2017, Clinerion ran a seminar on “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” with the support of the Consulate General of Switzerland, in São Paulo.

The event was very well attended and featured speakers across the field of clinical research, which included the Brazilian association for Clinical Research, Aliança; the Patient Society of Multiple Sclerosis, ABEM; the iHealth Group; and the International Clinical Trial Center Network, ICN.

Attendees included representatives from several public and private hospitals, the president of the Brazilian Federal University Hospitals Network (EBSERH), CROs and pharmaceutical companies. 

The event allowed the attendees to exchange and discuss the great, new opportunity for the Brazilian clinical research community to expand its role as a major world player in the field of clinical research with the passing of the "PL200" law in the Brazilian Senate; and the exciting tools, techniques and technologies which are the way forward.

Read our full report on the event, here >

Report: “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar

Report: “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar
A report on our “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar, run with the support of the Consulate General of Switzerland, in São Paulo.
Report: “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” Seminar

On Monday, May 15, 2017, Clinerion ran a seminar on “Accelerating Clinical Research in Brazil” with the support of the Consulate General of Switzerland, in São Paulo.

The event was very well attended and featured speakers across the field of clinical research, which included the Brazilian association for Clinical Research, Aliança; the Patient Society of Multiple Sclerosis, ABEM; the iHealth Group; and the International Clinical Trial Center Network, ICN.

Attendees included representatives from several public and private hospitals, the president of the Brazilian Federal University Hospitals Network (EBSERH), CROs and pharmaceutical companies. 

The event allowed the attendees to exchange and discuss the great, new opportunity for the Brazilian clinical research community to expand its role as a major world player in the field of clinical research with the passing of the "PL200" law in the Brazilian Senate; and the exciting tools, techniques and technologies which are the way forward.

Read our full report on the event, here >



Press release: Clinerion presents tools to accelerate clinical research at São Paulo event.

Publication date: May 09, 2017

Clinerion launches a seminar event in São Paulo to introduce cutting-edge tools and technologies for the acceleration of clinical research.

"Clinerion will be running an open seminar event in São Paulo on May 15th, 2017, presenting cutting-edge techniques and technologies which can increase the speed, efficiency and competitiveness of Brazilian clinical trials. The event is supported by the Consulate General of Switzerland in São Paulo, and will take place at the official residence of the Consul General."

See the event on our Events page >

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Press release: Clinerion presents tools to accelerate clinical research at São Paulo event.

Press release: Clinerion presents tools to accelerate clinical research at São Paulo event.
Clinerion launches a seminar event in São Paulo to introduce cutting-edge tools and technologies for the acceleration of clinical research.
Press release: Clinerion presents tools to accelerate clinical research at São Paulo event.

"Clinerion will be running an open seminar event in São Paulo on May 15th, 2017, presenting cutting-edge techniques and technologies which can increase the speed, efficiency and competitiveness of Brazilian clinical trials. The event is supported by the Consulate General of Switzerland in São Paulo, and will take place at the official residence of the Consul General."

See the event on our Events page >

Download the PDF for the full release.



Clinerion article: Overcoming the challenges of clinical trial recruitment using big data technologies (World Pharma Today)

Publication date: April 25, 2017

How do Clinerion's partner hospitals benefit from being on our Patient Recruitment System platform? We summarized Creative Intellect Consulting's findings in World Pharma Today.

"The problem defined: Any prospective new drug must successfully pass a succession of three clinical trials phases, before it can apply for market approval.

"These trials represent a significant investment for a pharma company and, as they are prone to delays and can even fail altogether, they put immense financial pressure on them.

"One of the root causes for the failure of trials is the inability to recruit the specified number of eligible patients in the foreseen time span. Delays in the market launch can amount to as much as US$8 million per day for a blockbuster drug in opportunity costs for a pharmaceutical company."

Link: www.worldpharmatoday.com/Articles/overcoming-the-challenges-of-clinical-trial-recruitment-using-big-data-technologies

Clinerion article: Overcoming the challenges of clinical trial recruitment using big data technologies (World Pharma Today)

Clinerion article: Overcoming the challenges of clinical trial recruitment using big data technologies (World Pharma Today)
How do Clinerion's partner hospitals benefit from being on our Patient Recruitment System platform? We summarized Creative Intellect Consulting's findings in World Pharma Today.
Clinerion article: Overcoming the challenges of clinical trial recruitment using big data technologie

"The problem defined: Any prospective new drug must successfully pass a succession of three clinical trials phases, before it can apply for market approval.

"These trials represent a significant investment for a pharma company and, as they are prone to delays and can even fail altogether, they put immense financial pressure on them.

"One of the root causes for the failure of trials is the inability to recruit the specified number of eligible patients in the foreseen time span. Delays in the market launch can amount to as much as US$8 million per day for a blockbuster drug in opportunity costs for a pharmaceutical company."

Link: www.worldpharmatoday.com/Articles/overcoming-the-challenges-of-clinical-trial-recruitment-using-big-data-technologies



Press release: Clinerion Announces a New Push in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Publication date: March 07, 2017

Clinerion announces the expansion of its activities into countries in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EEMEA), spearheaded by a newly appointed regional head.

“Clinical trials bring many benefits to a country’s economy, to hospitals, physicians and patients,” says Clinerion’s newly appointed Head of EEMEA Region, Bariş Erdoğan, PhD. “Now, hospitals in the EEMEA region have the opportunity to take a share of the global market for clinical trials. Clinerion offers them an effective way to come to the attention of trial sponsors and bring new studies to their countries.”

Clinerion solutions for the EEMEA Region will next be presented in attendance at the "Emerging Markets Forum: Pharma and OTC go-to-market strategies, partnerships and market access" meeting in Berlin, Germany (March 13-14, 2017), and the Clinical Trials in Central and Eastern Europe conference in Budapest, Hungary (April 25-26, 2017).

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Press release: Clinerion Announces a New Push in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Press release: Clinerion Announces a New Push in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Clinerion announces the expansion of its activities into countries in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EEMEA), spearheaded by a newly appointed regional head.
Press release: Clinerion Announces a New Push in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

“Clinical trials bring many benefits to a country’s economy, to hospitals, physicians and patients,” says Clinerion’s newly appointed Head of EEMEA Region, Bariş Erdoğan, PhD. “Now, hospitals in the EEMEA region have the opportunity to take a share of the global market for clinical trials. Clinerion offers them an effective way to come to the attention of trial sponsors and bring new studies to their countries.”

Clinerion solutions for the EEMEA Region will next be presented in attendance at the "Emerging Markets Forum: Pharma and OTC go-to-market strategies, partnerships and market access" meeting in Berlin, Germany (March 13-14, 2017), and the Clinical Trials in Central and Eastern Europe conference in Budapest, Hungary (April 25-26, 2017).

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Press article: Clinerion enters Asia through strategic alliance with ASUS Life (Outsourcing Pharma)

Publication date: February 24, 2017

Outsourcing Pharma interviewed our CEO, Ulf Claesson, for more insights on our recent agreement with ASUS Life in Taiwan.

Press article: Clinerion enters Asia through strategic alliance with ASUS Life (Outsourcing Pharma)

Press article: Clinerion enters Asia through strategic alliance with ASUS Life (Outsourcing Pharma)
Outsourcing Pharma interviewed our CEO, Ulf Claesson, for more insights on our recent agreement with ASUS Life in Taiwan.
Press article: Clinerion enters Asia through strategic alliance with ASUS Life (Outsourcing Pharma)


Press release: Clinerion comes to Asia, forging a strategic alliance with Taiwan’s ASUS Life.

Publication date: February 20, 2017

Clinerion and ASUS Life signed a strategic alliance today at the HIMSS 17 conference in Orlando, Florida. Clinerion and ASUS Life, together with the Show Chwan Healthcare System, will deliver innovative services for the efficient running of clinical trials, clinical patient recruitment, market access and real-world evidence in Taiwan.

The new alliance between Clinerion and ASUS Life helps shorten the time it takes to bring a new drug to market, benefitting patients who get earlier access to new medicines.

With this collaboration, researchers at hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations gain real-time, EHR-based insight on the Taiwanese patient population. Eligible patients can subsequently be recruited by trial staff at Show Chwan’s 8 hospital sites. The collaboration will also enable the matching of patients with medications for rare and orphan diseases and the generation of data for real-world evidence analyses.

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Press release: Clinerion comes to Asia, forging a strategic alliance with Taiwan’s ASUS Life.

Press release: Clinerion comes to Asia, forging a strategic alliance with Taiwan’s ASUS Life.
Clinerion and ASUS Life signed a strategic alliance today at the HIMSS 17 conference in Orlando, Florida. Clinerion and ASUS Life, together with the Show Chwan Healthcare System, will deliver innovative services for the efficient running of clinical trials, clinical patient recruitment, market access and real-world evidence in Taiwan.
Press release: Clinerion comes to Asia, forging a strategic alliance with Taiwan’s ASUS Life.

The new alliance between Clinerion and ASUS Life helps shorten the time it takes to bring a new drug to market, benefitting patients who get earlier access to new medicines.

With this collaboration, researchers at hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations gain real-time, EHR-based insight on the Taiwanese patient population. Eligible patients can subsequently be recruited by trial staff at Show Chwan’s 8 hospital sites. The collaboration will also enable the matching of patients with medications for rare and orphan diseases and the generation of data for real-world evidence analyses.

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Press article: Clinerion enters an improved clinical trials market in Brazil (CenterWatch Weekly)

Publication date: February 06, 2017

Clinerion announced entry into South America with a partnership with the iHealth Group of Brazil in early January. CenterWatch Weekly followed up with a report on developments in the clinical trials market Brazil and why the time is right for Clinerion's approach.

Original publication date: January 16, 2017.

"To strengthen its presence in this new market, Clinerion has forged a partnership with the iHealth Group of Brazil, which operates 40 hospitals, with a total patient population of 25 million. The iHealth Group’s role is to make consistent quality electronic health records (EHRs) data available, signifcantly broadening the number of patients who could potentially participate in trials.

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Press article: Clinerion enters an improved clinical trials market in Brazil (CenterWatch Weekly)

Press article: Clinerion enters an improved clinical trials market in Brazil (CenterWatch Weekly)
Clinerion announced entry into South America with a partnership with the iHealth Group of Brazil in early January. CenterWatch Weekly followed up with a report on developments in the clinical trials market Brazil and why the time is right for Clinerion's approach.
Press article: Clinerion enters an improved clinical trials market in Brazil (CenterWatch Weekly)

Original publication date: January 16, 2017.

"To strengthen its presence in this new market, Clinerion has forged a partnership with the iHealth Group of Brazil, which operates 40 hospitals, with a total patient population of 25 million. The iHealth Group’s role is to make consistent quality electronic health records (EHRs) data available, signifcantly broadening the number of patients who could potentially participate in trials.

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Clinerion article: Solutions Driving Efficiency in Clinical Trials (Applied Clinical Trials)

Publication date: February 02, 2017

How has Patient Recruitment System helped Clinerion's partner hospitals? Applied Clinical Trials commissioned us to detail the benefits experienced by hospitals in our network.

Original Publication Date: December 12, 2016.

“Before PRS, our study team recruited 15 patients in six months,” the Cardiology Institute respondent continued. “With PRS they enrolled 36 additional patients, which took less than two months and solely from screening only 15% of PRS’s patient list.”

Link: www.appliedclinicaltrialsonline.com/solutions-driving-efficiency-clinical-trials

This article was based on Clinerion's recent white paper and case study, investigating feedback gathered from current users of Patient Recruitment System.

 

Clinerion article: Solutions Driving Efficiency in Clinical Trials (Applied Clinical Trials)

Clinerion article: Solutions Driving Efficiency in Clinical Trials (Applied Clinical Trials)
How has Patient Recruitment System helped Clinerion's partner hospitals? Applied Clinical Trials commissioned us to detail the benefits experienced by hospitals in our network.
Clinerion article: Solutions Driving Efficiency in Clinical Trials (Applied Clinical Trials)

Original Publication Date: December 12, 2016.

“Before PRS, our study team recruited 15 patients in six months,” the Cardiology Institute respondent continued. “With PRS they enrolled 36 additional patients, which took less than two months and solely from screening only 15% of PRS’s patient list.”

Link: www.appliedclinicaltrialsonline.com/solutions-driving-efficiency-clinical-trials

This article was based on Clinerion's recent white paper and case study, investigating feedback gathered from current users of Patient Recruitment System.

 



Press release: Clinerion Introduces New Services for Market Access.

Publication date: January 25, 2017

Clinerion announces new services for market access which give pharmaceutical companies insight into patient populations based on its health data analytics tools.

Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) Patient Finder tool has a wealth of health data which can now be harnessed to guide pharmaceutical companies in their R&D and commercial decision making by providing information on the prevalence of target diseases and the distribution of patient populations.

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Press release: Clinerion Introduces New Services for Market Access.

Press release: Clinerion Introduces New Services for Market Access.
Clinerion announces new services for market access which give pharmaceutical companies insight into patient populations based on its health data analytics tools.
Press release: Clinerion Introduces New Services for Market Access.

Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) Patient Finder tool has a wealth of health data which can now be harnessed to guide pharmaceutical companies in their R&D and commercial decision making by providing information on the prevalence of target diseases and the distribution of patient populations.

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Interview: Ulf Claesson - CEO, Clinerion, Switzerland (Pharma Boardroom)

Publication date: January 16, 2017

Learn all about Clinerion's origins and ambitious plans in Pharma Boardroom's interview with our CEO, Ulf Claesson!

"Ulf Claesson provides a fascinating and passionate account of how his firm is aiming to remove ‘guesswork’ and estimations for medical practices whilst highlighting interesting developments in the global clinical research industry."

Note: this article is free to read, but behind a registration wall.

Link: www.pharmaboardroom.com/interviews/interview-ulf-claesson-ceo-clinerion-switzerland

Interview: Ulf Claesson - CEO, Clinerion, Switzerland (Pharma Boardroom)

Interview: Ulf Claesson - CEO, Clinerion, Switzerland (Pharma Boardroom)
Learn all about Clinerion's origins and ambitious plans in Pharma Boardroom's interview with our CEO, Ulf Claesson!
Interview: Ulf Claesson - CEO, Clinerion, Switzerland (Pharma Boardroom)

"Ulf Claesson provides a fascinating and passionate account of how his firm is aiming to remove ‘guesswork’ and estimations for medical practices whilst highlighting interesting developments in the global clinical research industry."

Note: this article is free to read, but behind a registration wall.

Link: www.pharmaboardroom.com/interviews/interview-ulf-claesson-ceo-clinerion-switzerland



Press article: Clinerion aims for 50m patients by Q2 2017 as it enters South America (Outsourcing Pharma)

Publication date: January 11, 2017

Outsourcing Pharma reports on the recent news that Brazil's iHealth Group has joined Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System platform.



Press release: Clinerion enters South America, as Brazil’s iHealth Group joins the Patient Recruitment System platform.

Publication date: January 10, 2017

The iHealth Group of Brazil joins the Patient Recruitment System platform as Clinerion's first hospital cluster in South America. iHealth brings PRS a potential access to 40 sites and a 25 M patient population, opening up Brazil for Clinerion’s services for clinical patient recruitment, market access and real-world evidence.

With iHealth joining PRS, pharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations sponsoring clinical trials will gain real-time, EHR-based insight on the Brazilian patient population. Sponsors using PRS will be able to evaluate the distribution of eligible patients at iHealth’s sites during the development of a trial protocol and site selection for their clinical trials. These candidates can then be identified and recruited by the sites, themselves. Access to patient data in real-time enables more effective and efficient recruitment, especially for time-dependent criteria. Patient data also becomes available for matching patients with medications for rare and orphan diseases and the generation of data for real-world evidence.

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Press release: Clinerion enters South America, as Brazil’s iHealth Group joins the Patient Recruitment System platform.

Press release: Clinerion enters South America, as Brazil’s iHealth Group joins the Patient Recruitment System platform.
The iHealth Group of Brazil joins the Patient Recruitment System platform as Clinerion's first hospital cluster in South America. iHealth brings PRS a potential access to 40 sites and a 25 M patient population, opening up Brazil for Clinerion’s services for clinical patient recruitment, market access and real-world evidence.
Press release: Clinerion enters South America, as Brazil’s iHealth Group joins the Patient Recruitmen

With iHealth joining PRS, pharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations sponsoring clinical trials will gain real-time, EHR-based insight on the Brazilian patient population. Sponsors using PRS will be able to evaluate the distribution of eligible patients at iHealth’s sites during the development of a trial protocol and site selection for their clinical trials. These candidates can then be identified and recruited by the sites, themselves. Access to patient data in real-time enables more effective and efficient recruitment, especially for time-dependent criteria. Patient data also becomes available for matching patients with medications for rare and orphan diseases and the generation of data for real-world evidence.

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Clinerion article: Scalability and patient data security in the age of clinical trial recruitment using electronic medical records: an infrastructure solution (World Pharma Today)

Publication date: December 14, 2016

Finding suitable patients to participate in clinical trials is a long, complicated process taking months, today. The emergence of electronic hospital records (EHRs) in a hospital information system (HIS) allows this process to be automated and accelerated. What system infrastructure best suits the needs of doing this over multiple locations? And, given the digital nature of electronic patient information, what about the security of personal medical information? We examine the needs and challenges relating to patient recruitment using EHRs and propose a solution involving a hybrid cloud-based infrastructure.

Clinerion article: Scalability and patient data security in the age of clinical trial recruitment using electronic medical records: an infrastructure solution (World Pharma Today)

Clinerion article: Scalability and patient data security in the age of clinical trial recruitment using electronic medical records: an infrastructure solution (World Pharma Today)
Finding suitable patients to participate in clinical trials is a long, complicated process taking months, today. The emergence of electronic hospital records (EHRs) in a hospital information system (HIS) allows this process to be automated and accelerated. What system infrastructure best suits the needs of doing this over multiple locations? And, given the digital nature of electronic patient information, what about the security of personal medical information? We examine the needs and challenges relating to patient recruitment using EHRs and propose a solution involving a hybrid cloud-based infrastructure.
Clinerion article: Scalability and patient data security in the age of clinical trial recruitment usi


Press release: The University of Istanbul Dentistry School joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System platform

Publication date: December 06, 2016

The Dentistry School of the University of Istanbul (IU), Istanbul, Turkey, joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System platform, opening up new patient populations for patient recruitment and new clinical expertise areas for the running of clinical trials.

The IU Dentistry School specializes in all fields of dentistry, from Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery to Prosthodontics, from Periodontology to Pediatric Dentistry, Endodontics to Orthodontics. The hospital treated over 97,500 patients in the past year.

“We see a great benefit for our patients as well as for our hospital,” says Prof. Dr. Gülsüm Ak, the Dean of the Dentistry School. “PRS will bring our patients access to innovative new treatments, while the Dentistry School will gain higher exposure and visibility for leading edge clinical research.”

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Press release: The University of Istanbul Dentistry School joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System platform

Press release: The University of Istanbul Dentistry School joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System platform
The Dentistry School of the University of Istanbul (IU), Istanbul, Turkey, joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System platform, opening up new patient populations for patient recruitment and new clinical expertise areas for the running of clinical trials.
Press release: The University of Istanbul Dentistry School joins Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment Syst

The IU Dentistry School specializes in all fields of dentistry, from Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery to Prosthodontics, from Periodontology to Pediatric Dentistry, Endodontics to Orthodontics. The hospital treated over 97,500 patients in the past year.

“We see a great benefit for our patients as well as for our hospital,” says Prof. Dr. Gülsüm Ak, the Dean of the Dentistry School. “PRS will bring our patients access to innovative new treatments, while the Dentistry School will gain higher exposure and visibility for leading edge clinical research.”

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Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System Matches Patients with Precision Medicine Treatments.

Publication date: November 17, 2016

Clinerion announces a new service which gives patient populations access to precision medicine treatments based on its Patient Recruitment System’s Patient Finder tool.

Clinerion announces a new service and use case for its Patient Recruitment System (PRS). The PRS Patient Finder tool can now be used to give patients requiring personalized, precision, or orphan treatments access to new medicines earlier, and give physicians additional options in treating them.

With the new service, patients in “hard-to-reach” populations, such as patients with rare diseases and patients requiring personalized treatments, can be matched with new, targeted treatments. As patients with rare diseases are de facto very rare, connecting the patient to an innovative treatment is often very inefficient without a technological solution in place ...

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Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System Matches Patients with Precision Medicine Treatments.

Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System Matches Patients with Precision Medicine Treatments.
Clinerion announces a new service which gives patient populations access to precision medicine treatments based on its Patient Recruitment System’s Patient Finder tool.
Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System Matches Patients with Precision Medicine T

Clinerion announces a new service and use case for its Patient Recruitment System (PRS). The PRS Patient Finder tool can now be used to give patients requiring personalized, precision, or orphan treatments access to new medicines earlier, and give physicians additional options in treating them.

With the new service, patients in “hard-to-reach” populations, such as patients with rare diseases and patients requiring personalized treatments, can be matched with new, targeted treatments. As patients with rare diseases are de facto very rare, connecting the patient to an innovative treatment is often very inefficient without a technological solution in place ...

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Partner press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion Launch Clinpal Readiness Certification at Several Hospitals in Turkey

Publication date: November 03, 2016

eClinicalHealth Limited, a technology and consulting company dedicated to providing innovative clinical trial solutions, has announced a technology-enabled collaboration with Clinerion that will offer unprecedented access to 27.5 million potential study candidates at several hospitals in Turkey.

The Clinerion-supported hospitals in Turkey will complete an online training program and earn Clinpal Readiness Certification. The training ensures each hospital has key stakeholders with the skills necessary to solicit, enroll and engage study patients through its use of the Clinpal technology.

Link to press release: www.businesswire.com/news/home/20161103006251/en/eClinicalHealth-Clinerion-Launch-Clinpal-Readiness-Certification-Hospitals

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Partner press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion Launch Clinpal Readiness Certification at Several Hospitals in Turkey

Partner press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion Launch Clinpal Readiness Certification at Several Hospitals in Turkey
eClinicalHealth Limited, a technology and consulting company dedicated to providing innovative clinical trial solutions, has announced a technology-enabled collaboration with Clinerion that will offer unprecedented access to 27.5 million potential study candidates at several hospitals in Turkey.
Partner press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion Launch Clinpal Readiness Certification at Severa

The Clinerion-supported hospitals in Turkey will complete an online training program and earn Clinpal Readiness Certification. The training ensures each hospital has key stakeholders with the skills necessary to solicit, enroll and engage study patients through its use of the Clinpal technology.

Link to press release: www.businesswire.com/news/home/20161103006251/en/eClinicalHealth-Clinerion-Launch-Clinpal-Readiness-Certification-Hospitals



Press article: Clinerion patient recruitment system found compliant with privacy directives (Outsourcing Pharma)

Publication date: November 02, 2016

Outsourcing Pharma reports on the recent expert finding that Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System is compliant with regulations that oversee the reuse of personal information, in particular, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC).

Press article: Clinerion patient recruitment system found compliant with privacy directives (Outsourcing Pharma)

Press article: Clinerion patient recruitment system found compliant with privacy directives (Outsourcing Pharma)
Outsourcing Pharma reports on the recent expert finding that Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System is compliant with regulations that oversee the reuse of personal information, in particular, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC).
Press article: Clinerion patient recruitment system found compliant with privacy directives (Outsourc


Press release: Independent audit confirms Clinerion’s compliance to HIPAA and the EU Data Protection Directive.

Publication date: November 01, 2016

A third party expert has provided an independent assessment which confirms the complete compliance of Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) to regulations that oversee the reuse of personal information, in particular, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC).

The expert concluded that Clinerion’s procedures for de-identification and pseudonymization meet the anonymization requirements set forth in international privacy directives, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) and judged them consistent with best practices to ensure that the risk of re-identification was sufficiently small, statistically.

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Press release: Independent audit confirms Clinerion’s compliance to HIPAA and the EU Data Protection Directive.

Press release: Independent audit confirms Clinerion’s compliance to HIPAA and the EU Data Protection Directive.
A third party expert has provided an independent assessment which confirms the complete compliance of Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) to regulations that oversee the reuse of personal information, in particular, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC).
Press release: Independent audit confirms Clinerion’s compliance to HIPAA and the EU Data Protection

The expert concluded that Clinerion’s procedures for de-identification and pseudonymization meet the anonymization requirements set forth in international privacy directives, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) and judged them consistent with best practices to ensure that the risk of re-identification was sufficiently small, statistically.



Clinerion article: Maintaining Privacy when Searching for Patients Using Electronic Medical Records. (Journal for Clinical Studies)

Publication date: October 11, 2016

The launch of new drugs is contingent on running safe and thorough clinical trials, but the clinical trials process takes an inordinate amount of time, particularly in patient recruitment. The use of big data analytics methodologies which leverage real databases of electronic medical records is accelerating the clinical trials process and making patient recruitment more efficient. However, use of EHR-databases brings with it the risk of loss of patient privacy. We examine the issues and outline best practice guidelines, in our article in the "Journal for Clinical Studies," September 2016. ©www.jforcs.com.

Recent developments have shown the real benefits arising from the use of big data analytics techniques to interrogate EHR-databases at hospitals directly. With the right software infrastructure, eligible patients can be discovered based on complex combinations of query criteria, and in real-time. Trial managers can unearth more candidates, quicker.

But this development raises questions for patient privacy: using these electronic methods, are an individual’s personal details at risk of arriving in unauthorized hands?

In this paper, we examine the technological and legislative environments, analyse the ensuing risks, and propose some best practice methods for mitigating these risks.

Link to September 2016 edition of the Journal for Clinical Studies: https://issuu.com/mark123/docs/50_jcs_september2016_web

©www.jforcs.com.

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Clinerion article: Maintaining Privacy when Searching for Patients Using Electronic Medical Records. (Journal for Clinical Studies)

Clinerion article: Maintaining Privacy when Searching for Patients Using Electronic Medical Records. (Journal for Clinical Studies)
The launch of new drugs is contingent on running safe and thorough clinical trials, but the clinical trials process takes an inordinate amount of time, particularly in patient recruitment. The use of big data analytics methodologies which leverage real databases of electronic medical records is accelerating the clinical trials process and making patient recruitment more efficient. However, use of EHR-databases brings with it the risk of loss of patient privacy. We examine the issues and outline best practice guidelines, in our article in the "Journal for Clinical Studies," September 2016. ©www.jforcs.com.
Clinerion article: Maintaining Privacy when Searching for Patients Using Electronic Medical Records.

Recent developments have shown the real benefits arising from the use of big data analytics techniques to interrogate EHR-databases at hospitals directly. With the right software infrastructure, eligible patients can be discovered based on complex combinations of query criteria, and in real-time. Trial managers can unearth more candidates, quicker.

But this development raises questions for patient privacy: using these electronic methods, are an individual’s personal details at risk of arriving in unauthorized hands?

In this paper, we examine the technological and legislative environments, analyse the ensuing risks, and propose some best practice methods for mitigating these risks.

Link to September 2016 edition of the Journal for Clinical Studies: https://issuu.com/mark123/docs/50_jcs_september2016_web

©www.jforcs.com.



Press release: Clinerion updates Patient Recruitment System with new features and an improved appearance.

Publication date: September 29, 2016

Clinerion is releasing a new version of its Patient Recruitment System (PRS), adding speed, a library of protocol statements, collaboration tools and an updated look-and-feel.

We are working hard to bring even more new technology solutions to PRS, and to improve the user experience. Version 4 makes it even more useful and supportive of the needs of our users.

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Press release: Clinerion updates Patient Recruitment System with new features and an improved appearance.

Press release: Clinerion updates Patient Recruitment System with new features and an improved appearance.
Clinerion is releasing a new version of its Patient Recruitment System (PRS), adding speed, a library of protocol statements, collaboration tools and an updated look-and-feel.
Press release: Clinerion updates Patient Recruitment System with new features and an improved appeara

We are working hard to bring even more new technology solutions to PRS, and to improve the user experience. Version 4 makes it even more useful and supportive of the needs of our users.



News: Clinerion.com re-launches!

Publication date: September 05, 2016

Our website has a brand-new look! Our shiny new interface offers quicker access to everything to do with how we help patient recruitment for clinical trials, deeper information about our technologies and competencies, a comprehensive guide to our events attendance and other news, and direct access to the know-how of our experts - whichever language you speak!

Clinerion.com has evolved to be better than ever! If you're reading this, you're already here - please have fun exploring the new site. We hope you enjoy the experience!

News: Clinerion.com re-launches!

News: Clinerion.com re-launches!
Our website has a brand-new look! Our shiny new interface offers quicker access to everything to do with how we help patient recruitment for clinical trials, deeper information about our technologies and competencies, a comprehensive guide to our events attendance and other news, and direct access to the know-how of our experts - whichever language you speak!
News: Clinerion.com re-launches!

Clinerion.com has evolved to be better than ever! If you're reading this, you're already here - please have fun exploring the new site. We hope you enjoy the experience!



Press release: Clinerion launches a series of webinars to introduce the Patient Recruitment System to different regions of the world.

Publication date: August 17, 2016

Clinerion is launching a series of webinars to introduce the features and benefits of its Patient Recruitment System (PRS) to hospitals and clinical research sites around the world.

Clinerion will present their Patient Recruitment System, which makes patient recruitment for clinical trials quicker and more efficient, in a rolling series of webinars targeted at each region.

Go to the Clinerion webinars page >

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Press release: Clinerion launches a series of webinars to introduce the Patient Recruitment System to different regions of the world.

Press release: Clinerion launches a series of webinars to introduce the Patient Recruitment System to different regions of the world.
Clinerion is launching a series of webinars to introduce the features and benefits of its Patient Recruitment System (PRS) to hospitals and clinical research sites around the world.
Press release: Clinerion launches a series of webinars to introduce the Patient Recruitment System to

Clinerion will present their Patient Recruitment System, which makes patient recruitment for clinical trials quicker and more efficient, in a rolling series of webinars targeted at each region.

Go to the Clinerion webinars page >



Clinerion article: Pick and Choose (International Clinical Trials)

Publication date: July 27, 2016

What are the new big data techniques that allow the clinical trials process to be completed much more quickly and efficiently, today? We explain all, in our article in "International Clinical Trials," August 2016. © Samedan Ltd.

Traditional methods of fnding suitable candidates for clinical trials are time-intensive and cost drug companies millions, putting the development of new medicines at risk and elevating prices. New techniques borrowed from big data analytics allow the process to be completed much more effciently.

Link to August 2016 edition of International Clinical Trials: www.samedanltd.com/magazine/13

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Clinerion article: Pick and Choose (International Clinical Trials)

Clinerion article: Pick and Choose (International Clinical Trials)
What are the new big data techniques that allow the clinical trials process to be completed much more quickly and efficiently, today? We explain all, in our article in "International Clinical Trials," August 2016. © Samedan Ltd.
Clinerion article: Pick and Choose (International Clinical Trials)

Traditional methods of fnding suitable candidates for clinical trials are time-intensive and cost drug companies millions, putting the development of new medicines at risk and elevating prices. New techniques borrowed from big data analytics allow the process to be completed much more effciently.

Link to August 2016 edition of International Clinical Trials: www.samedanltd.com/magazine/13



News: A new patent for Clinerion!

Publication date: July 25, 2016

Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System is built around a number of proprietary, cutting-edge, big data analytics technologies. We are happy to announce that Clinerion has been granted a patent for one of these technologies, which optimizes search results when running feasibility queries.

The patent, “Semantic Interoperability System for Medicinal Information” (U.S. Patent US20130030827 A1, Publication date: January 31, 2013), is used in the semantic search and indexing component at the backend of Patient Recruitment System. This technology applies rules on semantic elements, mostly elements of medical terminologies, on how to link them with patient data for an improved and high-performance indexing and optimized search results.

Congratulations to our team!

Read more about our unique, patented technology >

News: A new patent for Clinerion!

News: A new patent for Clinerion!
Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System is built around a number of proprietary, cutting-edge, big data analytics technologies. We are happy to announce that Clinerion has been granted a patent for one of these technologies, which optimizes search results when running feasibility queries.
News: A new patent for Clinerion!

The patent, “Semantic Interoperability System for Medicinal Information” (U.S. Patent US20130030827 A1, Publication date: January 31, 2013), is used in the semantic search and indexing component at the backend of Patient Recruitment System. This technology applies rules on semantic elements, mostly elements of medical terminologies, on how to link them with patient data for an improved and high-performance indexing and optimized search results.

Congratulations to our team!

Read more about our unique, patented technology >



Press release: Clinerion named a Finalist in 2016 Stratus Awards for Cloud Computing

Publication date: July 21, 2016

Clinerion named a Finalist in awards which recognize companies that offer unique solutions that take advantage of cloud technologies.

The Business Intelligence Group has announced that Clinerion has been recognized as a Finalist in their annual Stratus Awards for Cloud Computing. The organization sought to identify the companies, products and people that are offering unique solutions that take advantage of cloud technologies ...

Business Intelligence Group Press Release: 26 Companies That Prove the Cloud is Dominating Globally.

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Press release: Clinerion named a Finalist in 2016 Stratus Awards for Cloud Computing

Press release: Clinerion named a Finalist in 2016 Stratus Awards for Cloud Computing
Clinerion named a Finalist in awards which recognize companies that offer unique solutions that take advantage of cloud technologies.
Press release: Clinerion named a Finalist in 2016 Stratus Awards for Cloud Computing

The Business Intelligence Group has announced that Clinerion has been recognized as a Finalist in their annual Stratus Awards for Cloud Computing. The organization sought to identify the companies, products and people that are offering unique solutions that take advantage of cloud technologies ...

Business Intelligence Group Press Release: 26 Companies That Prove the Cloud is Dominating Globally.



Press article: Enrolling patients and keeping them: electronic patient recruitment companies collaborate (Outsourcing Pharma)

Publication date: July 18, 2016

Outsourcing Pharma reports on the announcement by eClinicalHealth and Clinerion on our collaboration, under which the companies will offer their complementary technologies jointly to hospitals and sponsor companies/CROs ...

Press article: Enrolling patients and keeping them: electronic patient recruitment companies collaborate (Outsourcing Pharma)

Press article: Enrolling patients and keeping them: electronic patient recruitment companies collaborate (Outsourcing Pharma)
Outsourcing Pharma reports on the announcement by eClinicalHealth and Clinerion on our collaboration, under which the companies will offer their complementary technologies jointly to hospitals and sponsor companies/CROs ...
Press article: Enrolling patients and keeping them: electronic patient recruitment companies collabor


Press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion join forces to provide complementary and innovative support for clinical trials, creating synergies benefiting the entire clinical trials process.

Publication date: July 11, 2016

A collaboration between Clinerion’s data driven Patient Recruitment System and the direct, individualized patient/physician engagement offered by eClinicalHealth’s Clinpal provides complementary support and synergies throughout the clinical trials process.

Clinerion and eClinicalHealth, innovative companies working in the area of electronic patient recruitment, announce a collaboration between the two companies and their respective platforms, Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System and eClinicalHealth’s Clinpal.

Under the terms of the collaboration, Clinerion and eClinicalHealth will leverage the complementary nature of their respective technologies by offering them in tandem to hospitals and sponsor companies/CROs.

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Press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion join forces to provide complementary and innovative support for clinical trials, creating synergies benefiting the entire clinical trials process.

Press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion join forces to provide complementary and innovative support for clinical trials, creating synergies benefiting the entire clinical trials process.
A collaboration between Clinerion’s data driven Patient Recruitment System and the direct, individualized patient/physician engagement offered by eClinicalHealth’s Clinpal provides complementary support and synergies throughout the clinical trials process.
Press release: eClinicalHealth and Clinerion join forces to provide complementary and innovative supp

Clinerion and eClinicalHealth, innovative companies working in the area of electronic patient recruitment, announce a collaboration between the two companies and their respective platforms, Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System and eClinicalHealth’s Clinpal.

Under the terms of the collaboration, Clinerion and eClinicalHealth will leverage the complementary nature of their respective technologies by offering them in tandem to hospitals and sponsor companies/CROs.



Press article: Clinerion patient recruitment system selected as official service for ICN members (Outsourcing Pharma)

Publication date: April 20, 2016

Outsourcing Pharma reports on the International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) adopting Clinerion's patient recruitment system as an official service to help its members speed trail startup ...

Press article: Clinerion patient recruitment system selected as official service for ICN members (Outsourcing Pharma)

Press article: Clinerion patient recruitment system selected as official service for ICN members (Outsourcing Pharma)
Outsourcing Pharma reports on the International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) adopting Clinerion's patient recruitment system as an official service to help its members speed trail startup ...
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Press release: The International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) adopts Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System as an official service.

Publication date: April 19, 2016

We are thrilled to announce the adoption of Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System (PRS) as an official service by the International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN), the network of top-tier clinical research institutions, worldwide. PRS brings automated medical informatics solutions for protocol design, site selection and patient recruitment to members of the ICN.

Clinerion and the International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) announce the adoption of Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) as an officially recommended service for members of the ICN. PRS’s three modules, Protocol Designer, Site Finder and Patient Finder, bring leading-edge medical informatics innovations to this network, which includes many of the world’s premier clinical research institutions.

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Press release: The International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) adopts Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System as an official service.

Press release: The International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) adopts Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System as an official service.
We are thrilled to announce the adoption of Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System (PRS) as an official service by the International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN), the network of top-tier clinical research institutions, worldwide. PRS brings automated medical informatics solutions for protocol design, site selection and patient recruitment to members of the ICN.
Press release: The International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) adopts Clinerion's Patient

Clinerion and the International Clinical Trial Center Network (ICN) announce the adoption of Clinerion’s Patient Recruitment System (PRS) as an officially recommended service for members of the ICN. PRS’s three modules, Protocol Designer, Site Finder and Patient Finder, bring leading-edge medical informatics innovations to this network, which includes many of the world’s premier clinical research institutions.



Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System promises acceleration of clinical trial patient recruitment in the UK

Publication date: March 14, 2016

Clinerion will present its Patient Recruitment System, which allows real-time patient search for clinical trials via simultaneous query of multiple sets of electronic health records, at the UK eHealth Week.

Clinerion will introduce the disruptive innovation brought to clinical research by its Patient Recruitment System (PRS) at the UK e-Health Week, at the Olympia exhibition centre, London, April 19-20, 2016. Clinerion will give live demonstrations of PRS at Booth #45, as well as a presentation on the “TED Talks” stage on the exhibition floor.

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Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System promises acceleration of clinical trial patient recruitment in the UK

Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System promises acceleration of clinical trial patient recruitment in the UK
Clinerion will present its Patient Recruitment System, which allows real-time patient search for clinical trials via simultaneous query of multiple sets of electronic health records, at the UK eHealth Week.
Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System promises acceleration of clinical trial pa

Clinerion will introduce the disruptive innovation brought to clinical research by its Patient Recruitment System (PRS) at the UK e-Health Week, at the Olympia exhibition centre, London, April 19-20, 2016. Clinerion will give live demonstrations of PRS at Booth #45, as well as a presentation on the “TED Talks” stage on the exhibition floor.



Press article: Clinerion Revolutionizes Patient Recruitment (SuperbCrew)

Publication date: February 15, 2016

How do we see our technologies revolutionising clinical research? Clinerion's CEO Ulf Claesson explains, in this interview by SuperbCrew ...

Press article: Clinerion Revolutionizes Patient Recruitment (SuperbCrew)

Press article: Clinerion Revolutionizes Patient Recruitment (SuperbCrew)
How do we see our technologies revolutionising clinical research? Clinerion's CEO Ulf Claesson explains, in this interview by SuperbCrew ...
Press article: Clinerion Revolutionizes Patient Recruitment (SuperbCrew)


Press article: Clinerion debuts Patient Recruitment System in North America (CenterWatch)

Publication date: February 01, 2016

Article on Clinerion's North American launch tour in the February 1, 2016 edition of CWWeekly, the weekly publication from CenterWatch.

CWWeekly is only available to subscribers.

Link: CWWeekly.

Press article: Clinerion debuts Patient Recruitment System in North America (CenterWatch)

Press article: Clinerion debuts Patient Recruitment System in North America (CenterWatch)
Article on Clinerion's North American launch tour in the February 1, 2016 edition of CWWeekly, the weekly publication from CenterWatch.
Press article: Clinerion debuts Patient Recruitment System in North America (CenterWatch)

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Link: CWWeekly.



Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System debuts in North America

Publication date: January 25, 2016

Clinerion will present its Patient Recruitment System, which allows real-time patient search for clinical trials via direct query of electronic health records, for the first time in North America at the SCOPE Summit and the HX360 Executive Forum, part of the HIMSS Health IT Conference.

Clinerion will introduce its clinical research solutions in North America at SCOPE, the Summit for Clinical Ops Executives, and HX360, the Executive Forum for health and technology innovation (part of the HIMSS Health IT Conference). At both events, Clinerion will give live demonstrations of its Patient Recruitment System (PRS) and Quality Risk Management (QRM) system ...

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Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System debuts in North America

Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System debuts in North America
Clinerion will present its Patient Recruitment System, which allows real-time patient search for clinical trials via direct query of electronic health records, for the first time in North America at the SCOPE Summit and the HX360 Executive Forum, part of the HIMSS Health IT Conference.
Press release: Clinerion's Patient Recruitment System debuts in North America

Clinerion will introduce its clinical research solutions in North America at SCOPE, the Summit for Clinical Ops Executives, and HX360, the Executive Forum for health and technology innovation (part of the HIMSS Health IT Conference). At both events, Clinerion will give live demonstrations of its Patient Recruitment System (PRS) and Quality Risk Management (QRM) system ...



Clinerion article: Quality Risk Management as a Survival Kit: From Idea to Implementation (DIA Global Forum)

Publication date: September 08, 2015

The article Quality Risk Management as a Survival Kit: From Idea to Implementation was published in the journal DIA Global Forum and written by Ramin-Wright, Randy, Director of Quality Risk Management, Clinerion Ltd., Basel Switzerland and Andrianov, Artem, Ph.D., Managing Director, Cyntegrity Germany GmbH, Frankfurt Germany in August 2015 Volume 7, Issue 4.

Efficient risk management becomes a survival kit for a modern pharmaceutical company. How should one select from the available Risk-based Monitoring (RBM) solutions? This article explains the main principles of Risk-based Monitoring, refers to the changing regulatory environment (GCP addendum E6-R2) and categorizes available RBM technologies by IT infrastructure, data sourcing, assessment frequency, risk areas and feature-sets. Moreover, it provides a simple to follow framework for RBM technology selection and a systematic five-step RBM rollout consisting of: proof concept, pilot project, lessons learned, adjustment of RBM and final rollout ...

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Clinerion article: Quality Risk Management as a Survival Kit: From Idea to Implementation (DIA Global Forum)

Clinerion article: Quality Risk Management as a Survival Kit: From Idea to Implementation (DIA Global Forum)
The article Quality Risk Management as a Survival Kit: From Idea to Implementation was published in the journal DIA Global Forum and written by Ramin-Wright, Randy, Director of Quality Risk Management, Clinerion Ltd., Basel Switzerland and Andrianov, Artem, Ph.D., Managing Director, Cyntegrity Germany GmbH, Frankfurt Germany in August 2015 Volume 7, Issue 4.
Clinerion article: Quality Risk Management as a Survival Kit: From Idea to Implementation (DIA Global

Efficient risk management becomes a survival kit for a modern pharmaceutical company. How should one select from the available Risk-based Monitoring (RBM) solutions? This article explains the main principles of Risk-based Monitoring, refers to the changing regulatory environment (GCP addendum E6-R2) and categorizes available RBM technologies by IT infrastructure, data sourcing, assessment frequency, risk areas and feature-sets. Moreover, it provides a simple to follow framework for RBM technology selection and a systematic five-step RBM rollout consisting of: proof concept, pilot project, lessons learned, adjustment of RBM and final rollout ...



Press release: Clinerion and ACRES Partner on Patient Recruitment and Risk-Based Quality Management

Publication date: May 28, 2015

Clinerion and the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES) have strategically allied to further the establishment of a shared global technology infrastructure enabling ACRES BlueCloud services so that stakeholders from sites, to CROs and research Sponsors can benefit from established innovative technology services such as those Clinerion provides.

Clinerion, an eClinical technology services provider located in Basel, Switzerland, and the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES), a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based non-profit organization operating in the public interest and dedicated to building a global system to enhance quality, safety, integrity and operational effectiveness in biomedical product development and health research, are pleased to announce their partnership for accelerating patient recruitment and promoting risk-based quality management ...

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Press release: Clinerion and ACRES Partner on Patient Recruitment and Risk-Based Quality Management

Press release: Clinerion and ACRES Partner on Patient Recruitment and Risk-Based Quality Management
Clinerion and the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES) have strategically allied to further the establishment of a shared global technology infrastructure enabling ACRES BlueCloud services so that stakeholders from sites, to CROs and research Sponsors can benefit from established innovative technology services such as those Clinerion provides.
Press release: Clinerion and ACRES Partner on Patient Recruitment and Risk-Based Quality Management

Clinerion, an eClinical technology services provider located in Basel, Switzerland, and the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES), a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based non-profit organization operating in the public interest and dedicated to building a global system to enhance quality, safety, integrity and operational effectiveness in biomedical product development and health research, are pleased to announce their partnership for accelerating patient recruitment and promoting risk-based quality management ...



Clinerion article: SMART Monitoring: Can new Approaches Make a Difference? (Pharmazeutische Medizin)

Publication date: February 25, 2015

The article SMART Monitoring: Can new Approaches Make a Difference? was published in the journal Pharmzeutische Medizin (in English) by Randy Ramin-Wright in the February 2015 edition. It is a practical guide that explains how to successfully improve the effectiveness of one’s current site monitoring practices and ultimately the quality of work done at clinical trial sites. Furthermore, it lays the foundation for a SMART Monitoring approach and provides advice on enabling technology.

Depending on your role in the organization you may have been confronted with the topic of “Risk-based Monitoring”, “Fit for Purpose Monitoring”, “Targeted Monitoring” or some other permutations of the same basic theme in one context or another. You may be wondering what's all the fuss about or you may even have been tasked with the goal of setting up a new monitoring approach at your organization. In either case, this article has something of interest for you as it is a practical guide which explains how one can successfully improve the effectiveness of one’s current site monitoring practices and ultimately the quality of work done at clinical trial sites. The article provides an overview of traditional monitoring practices and a new monitoring initiative in the pharmaceutical industry. Additionally it lays the foundation for a SMART Monitoring approach and provides advice on enabling technology ...

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Clinerion article: SMART Monitoring: Can new Approaches Make a Difference? (Pharmazeutische Medizin)

Clinerion article: SMART Monitoring: Can new Approaches Make a Difference? (Pharmazeutische Medizin)
The article SMART Monitoring: Can new Approaches Make a Difference? was published in the journal Pharmzeutische Medizin (in English) by Randy Ramin-Wright in the February 2015 edition. It is a practical guide that explains how to successfully improve the effectiveness of one’s current site monitoring practices and ultimately the quality of work done at clinical trial sites. Furthermore, it lays the foundation for a SMART Monitoring approach and provides advice on enabling technology.
Clinerion article: SMART Monitoring: Can new Approaches Make a Difference? (Pharmazeutische Medizin)

Depending on your role in the organization you may have been confronted with the topic of “Risk-based Monitoring”, “Fit for Purpose Monitoring”, “Targeted Monitoring” or some other permutations of the same basic theme in one context or another. You may be wondering what's all the fuss about or you may even have been tasked with the goal of setting up a new monitoring approach at your organization. In either case, this article has something of interest for you as it is a practical guide which explains how one can successfully improve the effectiveness of one’s current site monitoring practices and ultimately the quality of work done at clinical trial sites. The article provides an overview of traditional monitoring practices and a new monitoring initiative in the pharmaceutical industry. Additionally it lays the foundation for a SMART Monitoring approach and provides advice on enabling technology ...



Press article: Clinerion launches real-time patient recruitment system to boost trial recruitment (CenterWatch)

Publication date: November 12, 2014

Clinerion, a Swiss-based software and services company, has launched its Patient Recruitment System (PRS). Clinerion’s PRS radically boosts recruitment for clinical trials, identifying 10 to 30 times more suitable candidates than those found through a classical manual screening approach, and in a matter of minutes rather than the weeks or months typically needed ...

Press article: Clinerion launches real-time patient recruitment system to boost trial recruitment (CenterWatch)

Press article: Clinerion launches real-time patient recruitment system to boost trial recruitment (CenterWatch)
Clinerion, a Swiss-based software and services company, has launched its Patient Recruitment System (PRS). Clinerion’s PRS radically boosts recruitment for clinical trials, identifying 10 to 30 times more suitable candidates than those found through a classical manual screening approach, and in a matter of minutes rather than the weeks or months typically needed ...
Press article: Clinerion launches real-time patient recruitment system to boost trial recruitment (Ce


News: Clinerion becomes member of ACRES

Publication date: May 20, 2014

Clinerion joins ACRES, the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES) Technology Consortium.

Clinerion has become a member of the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES) Technology Consortium, which aims to create an IT platform using existing technologies to fast-track the development of an integrated interface for: sharing of professional credentials, site-capability profiles and demographics for site-qualification assessments; online performance dashboard; risk-based quality management analytics and support; and cloud-based tools for enhanced compliance, safety-reporting and monitoring.

ACRES Press Release: www.prweb.com/releases/GKoskiACRES/TechConsortium/prweb11864883.htm

News: Clinerion becomes member of ACRES

News: Clinerion becomes member of ACRES
Clinerion joins ACRES, the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES) Technology Consortium.
News: Clinerion becomes member of ACRES

Clinerion has become a member of the Alliance for Clinical Research Excellence and Safety (ACRES) Technology Consortium, which aims to create an IT platform using existing technologies to fast-track the development of an integrated interface for: sharing of professional credentials, site-capability profiles and demographics for site-qualification assessments; online performance dashboard; risk-based quality management analytics and support; and cloud-based tools for enhanced compliance, safety-reporting and monitoring.

ACRES Press Release: www.prweb.com/releases/GKoskiACRES/TechConsortium/prweb11864883.htm



News: Swiss Made Software

Publication date: April 10, 2013

Clinerion is now a member of swiss made software.

Clinerion is dedicated to promoting the Swiss software sector both in Switzerland and abroad.

The label "swiss made software" embraces Swiss values in software development and has now over 200 member companies. For a product to be labeled as "swiss made software", the following conditions must be met:

  • The Swiss share in the production value must be at least 60 percent.
  • The key production process must have taken place in Switzerland

Link: www.swissmadesoftware.org.

News: Swiss Made Software

News: Swiss Made Software
Clinerion is now a member of swiss made software.
News: Swiss Made Software

Clinerion is dedicated to promoting the Swiss software sector both in Switzerland and abroad.

The label "swiss made software" embraces Swiss values in software development and has now over 200 member companies. For a product to be labeled as "swiss made software", the following conditions must be met:

  • The Swiss share in the production value must be at least 60 percent.
  • The key production process must have taken place in Switzerland

Link: www.swissmadesoftware.org.

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