Datatrial Presented With Prestigious Award at SCDM Annual Conference
10/2/2013 10:52:42 AM
Chicago, October 2, 2013—At the Society for Clinical Data Management (SCDM) annual meeting, Datatrial was among three companies to be honored with a Data Driven Innovation Award (DDIA).
The Datatrial submission detailed efforts to reduce testing time and increase the quality of testing by using a system the team designed to plan and import test data for edit-check testing, for which the judging committee declared Datatrial the winner in the CDM Process category. Nextrials (Innovative Technology Solutions category) and Pfizer/Radiant Sage (Vendor-Sponsor Collaboration category) were also recognized with innovation awards.
Created in 2007, the DDIA program seeks to recognize important vendor/sponsor relationships and the application of solutions to resolve CDM-related business issues, in addition to building awareness of new technology in the CDM field. Datatrial had also been named a finalist for a DDIA in 2011.
“We are thrilled to have been recognized by SCDM with an award in this challenging category,” said Dr. Banks. “Our team is constantly researching ways to dramatically reduce testing time and findings, and we feel this award is a testament not only to our dedication to the pursuit of innovation, but our ongoing commitment to continuous and quality improvement as well.”
To learn more about the SCDM’s Data Driven Innovation Awards, visit the official site today.
Datatrial is a boutique clinical data organization that provides the reliability of a big company, but the personalized service and flexibility of a more nimble provider. With more than 10 years of experience, we can design and deliver your study with insight and expertise, whether you want it conducted in paper or through our own innovative eClinical technologies. We offer thorough data management and bio-statistical services, as well as a suite of bespoke software, consulting and training options. Through our exceptional service delivery and a deep understanding of data best practices, we make clinical studies less of a trial.
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