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Bioclinica is divided into three business segments so that we can provide expert service and multifaceted technologies.

Our Medical Imaging and Biomarkers segment includes an Imaging Core Lab, a Cardiovascular Safety division, and a Biomarker Laboratory.

Our eHealth segment comprises an eClinical Solutions Division along with Safety and Regulatory Solutions.

Under the Global Clinical Research segment, we offer a network of research sites, patient recruitment, and a post-approval research division.


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  • Full-Service Site Networks Maximize Efficiency and Precision in Clinical Trials March 13, 2018 10:30am

    Site selection is becoming increasingly challenging – sites are saturated with studies, clinics are asked to divide their time between standard patient care and clinical trial responsibilities, and study protocols are ever-more complex. Finding and selecting sites again and again, for each new study, sacrifices your valuable resources. Using a full-service site network saves time and maximizes efficiency, allowing your team to focus on what matters most: patient care and highest-quality data....
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  • Academic vs. Industry Studies: Uncovering Similarities in EDC & Data Management Practices & Steps to Improve March 8, 2018 3:14pm

    Presenting at the DIA’s 21st Annual Workshop in Japan for Clinical Data Management, I had the opportunity to compare academic studies in the US vs those in Japan as well as the differences in data management practices between academic and industry studies. I researched with interest a paper published recently comparing investigator-initiated trials (ITTs) between Japan (data extracted from Japanese registries) and other countries (data extracted from clinicaltrials.gov). It was initiated beca...
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  • Upcoming Webinar: Avoid the Loss of Patient Data by Efficiently Finding Patients Lost to Follow-Up March 7, 2018 12:41pm

    Join us for our upcoming webinar on April 5th during which Bernard Hall, Project Manager, Bioclinica LTFU, will present and discuss how to minimize the impact of missing patients and their data on a clinical trial. Minimum standards have been suggested to prevent and handle missing data, with the focus on prevention. To achieve this, proactive planning during protocol development can facilitate patient retention, by including strategies for patient engagement, patient and caregiver education a...
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  • Improving Clinical Trial Environment in Latin America: Benefit from the Right Partner to Access a Largely Untapped Population January 22, 2018 10:17am

    Latin America is a geographical region with a largely untapped population for clinical trials, and it has experienced tenfold growth in clinical trials since 2000.1 However, according to clinicaltrials.gov, there are currently only approximately 3,500 studies being conducted in all of Latin America, compared with the approximate 30,000 in the United States alone. The population of Latin America (>626 million people) is concentrated primarily in urban areas, with many lacking access to qualit...
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  • CenterWatch names Bioclinica's RTSM lead, Kevin Bishop, a 'Top Innovator' changing the face of the clinical trials industry January 16, 2018 3:26pm

    Reducing risk to the clinical supply chain through advanced optimization techniques We’re delighted to share that Kevin Bishop, who heads up Bioclinica Randomization & Trial Supply Management (RTSM) and leads a team that developed the solution, has been selected by CenterWatch as a 2018 Top Innovator. Kevin is featured in the 25th Anniversary special edition of CenterWatch Monthly for Innovations in a candid discussion in which he describes how Bioclinica is reducing risk to the clinic...
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  • Optimize Clinical Trial Success by Reducing the Number of Patients Lost to Follow-Up January 11, 2018 11:05am

    As an industry, we assign considerable resources and money to the recruitment and enrollment of patients, but tend to focus less effort on finding patients that drop out of the trial. We know that lost patients compromise the integrity of our data, and therefore regulatory submissions. However, replacing lost patients with new patients costs money and takes time. It is more cost effective and efficient to retain patients in a clinical trial rather than to recruit new patients. So, why aren’t w...
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