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Bio-Optronics, creator of Clinical Conductor CTMS, is one of the fastest growing healthcare workflow optimization software and services companies, dedicated to positively impacting the lives of patients and providers. Recognized for providing the comprehensive functionality required to recruit effectively, optimize billing, maintain research compliance, extract actionable business insight and maximize profitability, Clinical Conductor is also integrated with the major clinical systems, eliminating double entry issues. Used by more research sites than any other system, Clinical Conductor CTMS simplifies and standardizes complex clinical research processes and finances for professionals managing and conducting clinical trials, helping our users run the world’s best research and increasing the chances of being the chosen site for each new opportunity.

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  • Clinical Conductor CTMS

    Clinical Conductor CTMS is the only clinical trial management system with strong financial and compliance capabilities that is designed to accommodate the unique needs of your organization across multiple sites and countries. Run the world’s best research.

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    Clinical Conductor CTMS


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  • Clinical Trial Retention Strategies During a Crisis March 31, 2020 9:07am

    Research organizations worldwide are working to quickly adapt their clinical trials to the realities that COVID-19 has brought. Investigators and study staff are handling increased administrative burdens, as well as dealing with the ever-changing guidelines and patient questions. Below are some best practices for how to retain current patients during the midst of a medical […]
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  • Recruitment Strategies in the COVID-19 Era March 30, 2020 12:38pm

    As studies adapt to the new reality, how will they recruit patients effectively? Recruiting in the era of COVID-19 will not be easy, but it can be done. To ensure patient safety, there is a growing need to modify protocols, establish new remote procedures and implement exposure risk-mitigation measures for sites to continue running clinical […]
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  • Investigator Initiated Trials: Common Recruitment Oversights & Effective Corrective Actions March 30, 2020 8:56am

    One of the biggest challenges in launching an IIT is securing enough study participants. While many university clinic offices might have an affiliation with the local health system and can recruit patients directly, depending on the condition or treatment, they still need to focus on recruitment efforts for successful trial execution. For example, a 2019 […]
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  • Essential COVID-19 Communications for Your Site March 27, 2020 2:50pm

    COVID-19 is spreading rapidly, and its effects are creating many new challenges for clinical trials. Sites are being forced to reevaluate their procedures to protect participant safety and ensure continued engagement so trials can continue running. With so many changes occurring, continuous communication with all parties involved in the clinical trial is critical so that […]
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  • AI is Revolutionizing Trial Recruitment March 27, 2020 9:48am

    Of all the barriers to success in clinical trials, recruitment is arguably the biggest. It is a slow and expensive part of the process, one that can stretch on months or even years longer than planned. The vast majority of clinical trials fail to meet enrollment deadlines. A 2018 study estimated that 20 percent of […]
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  • Investigator Initiated Trials: Common Quality Oversights & Effective Corrective Actions March 23, 2020 11:55am

    Many factors can influence the quality of a clinical trial. Those that follow good clinical practice (GCP) adhere to universal scientific and ethical quality standards. Successful trials develop a system of tracking quality issues through all stages of the study—design, conducting, recording and reporting. Trials that don’t may run into delays and compliance issues that […]
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  • Michael Bonavilla
    Michael Bonavilla

    Director, Business Development
    Bio-Optronics, Inc.
    Charlotte, South Carolina

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    Katie Gaiek

    Sales Executive
    Rochester, New York