ThoughtSphere Partners with Integrated Clinical Systems
News Nov 09, 2016
ThoughtSphere, Inc. announces that ClinDAP is now available to customers of Jreview. The integration offers users never-before-seen benefits by integrating structured and unstructured clinical and operational datasets to make managing, interpreting and analyzing simpler and, in turn, enhancing clinical research processes and intelligence.
ClinDAP is a clinical trials informatics solution that was purpose-built as a data lake. It takes advantage of the same cutting-edge big data practices used by the likes of Facebook and Google. The volume and variety of clinical study data necessitates an approach that eases integration by not requiring cumbersome programming for each eClinical system. Sponsors and CROs can get the benefits of accessing all clinical data regardless of its format, including CTMS, Lab, Imaging and Safety data in near real-time. ThoughtSphere wanted to deliver the answer to the current gap between unifying clinical data and timely analysis.
“Our objective when designing ClinDAP was to harness the power of data, both structured and unstructured, so data can drive clinical research decision-making processes,” explains Sudeep Pattnaik, founder & CEO of ThoughtSphere. “As an emerging clinical technology solution provider, we are thrilled to integrate ClinDAP with JReview, one of the most respected and trusted products on the market.”
JReview is one of the most-used clinical analytics tools on the market, specifically designed for clinical researchers, and used by the FDA. The integration will help users address time-consuming data mapping and transformation challenges. “With ClinDAP, users can integrate and analyze disparate datasets. Then, with JReview’s intuitive reporting features, they can reuse reporting object definitions across studies,” explains Eric Herbel, president of Integrated Clinical Systems. “We are always looking for new ways to enhance our product for our customers, and we’re excited that this new partnership allows us to do so,” he says.
ThoughtSphere and Integrated Clinical Systems, Inc. recently launched a joint-education program in which they’ll teach JReview customers about the benefits of the integration. JReview users have the option of licensing ClinDAP at a preferred Integrated Clinical Systems rate to enhance their clinical data approach.
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