Clariness Finishes Large International Project

Recruitment for two international clinical trials was successfully completed more than 3 months ahead of schedule / The internet platform ClinLife (www.clinlife.net) worked in 10 countries for Merz Pharmaceuticals

(PresseBox) ( Zurich, )
To better support international clinical studies, in 2006 Clariness expanded the services of its internet platform ClinLife (www.clinlife.net) to multiple countries in their respective national languages. Merz Pharmaceuticals took early advantage of our multilingual capabilities and enlisted our services for two large, international phase III clinical trials. Those trials have now been successfully completed. Clariness assisted clinical trial centers by creating an efficient recruitment strategy and by contacting potential volunteers via its internet platform ClinLife.

Clariness was responsible for helping to recruit patients for two separate trials concerning diseases of the central nervous system. These multicenter trials were held in 10 different countries with a required total of 800 randomized volunteers. "We estimate that around one third of all the randomized patients were recruited through the services of ClinLife. As a result of our collaboration with Clariness, the recruitment for both studies was successfully completed more than 3 months earlier than originally planned," says Dr. Alev Heilbronn, Clinical Study Manager at Merz Pharmaceuticals. Clariness developed and introduced the recruitment platform ClinLife in all of the participating countries, organized an online campaign and forwarded the volunteers automatically to the relevant clinical trial centers. During the course of the recruitment,Clariness kept in close contact with the trial centers to ensure a smooth process of operation.

Clariness considers itself a close partner of its clients and as such, its softwarebased services cater to their needs. The information systems developed by Clariness, including the ClinLife platform and predefined workflows, all work together to minimize the complexity of patientrecruitment measures within clinical trial centers. This leads to more transparency and efficiency.
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