ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio-Optronics, Inc., a workflow solutions company, announced Wednesday that the company would be demonstrating Clinical Conductor, a site-centric clinical trial management system (CTMS) at the Drug Information Association's 43rd Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA, June 17-21.
Clinical Conductor is a web-based CTMS for investigative research sites. The solution manages a research site's entire operations, including studies, staff scheduling, visit scheduling, treatment tracking, sponsor reimbursement, finances, workload planning, recruitment, marketing, internal communications, site calendars, and more.
"Clinical Conductor is the most powerful CTMS available and at the same time, it's affordable, easy to use and scalable," said Bio-Optronics President, Mike Kamish. "Sites using Clinical Conductor will be able to manage their studies more efficiently, leading to significant productivity improvements."
Kamish added, "Staff will never have to data-enter information in more than one place. They'll eliminate the hours now wasted on time-consuming manual efforts. Sites will be empowered to make better decisions to optimize study profitability and maximize the amount of research they conduct. This is truly a groundbreaking solution for clinical researchers."
Bio-Optronics will be demonstrating Clinical Conductor in Booth 1229.
About Bio-Optronics, Inc.
Bio-Optronics' mission is to provide cost-effective software solutions which utilize our customers' business knowledge to maximize their efficiency and profitability. We achieve this with our turnkey workflow solutions, reliably seamless installations and truly responsive customer service. The company's software solutions have been improving workflow for organizations across the United States since it was founded in 1985. Visit www.bio-optronics.com to learn more.
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