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Icon launches web portal for clinical trial sites

Says iSite will improve study efficiency

Icon iSiteIcon has set up an online portal to improve the efficiency of its trials by giving investigators 24-hour access to study-specific laboratory information.

The contract research organisation's (CRO) new iSite portal allows investigators and other site personnel access to electronic laboratory reports for their active studies at any time.

Tom O'Leary, president of Icon Central Laboratories, said: “We are continuously looking to introduce innovative technology solutions that drive efficiency and improve performance.

“iSite provides investigators a much needed solution for accessing important study-specific information in the most rapid, secure and convenient way possible.”

The new portal includes report management functions and provides investigators with customised views of reports by study, site, subject or visit date.

The firm is already working on the next version of the portal, which it says will provide sites with study-specific performance metrics and additional tools such as customised electronic laboratory manuals.

29th November 2012

From: Research

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