Phoenix Data Systems (PDS) and Trio Clinical Research (Trio) have announced the launch of the Four Corners Clinical Alliance, a collaboration of specialized, clinical organizations offering new trial outsourcing alternatives to other clinical organizations.
The value of the Alliance is based on the latest versions of PDS technologies. Moreover, experienced personnel and processes from Four Corners Clinical Alliance companies enhance value by helping users initiate studies faster with maximum safety and efficiency.
“During the last three years, Trio has worked with a number of data management solutions over numerous clinical indications,” said Faye Woolf, CEO of Trio. “The PDS solution combines sophisticated technology with ease of use, making the job easier for monitors and investigators.”
The Four Corners Clinical Alliance allows sponsors to supplement resources in their organization with greater ease, precision and selectivity. The Alliance also provides a range of services including data management, project management, electronic data capture (EDC), interactive voice response (IVR), safety, monitoring, statistics and medical writing.
“Trio’s flexible staffing model of highly experienced monitors, coupled with their in-house clinical project management expertise, makes them an ideal fit with PDS’ technology suite and services,” said Bill Claypool, CEO of PDS.
“The industry has shown a great willingness to outsource, but many companies feel they can’t get great service unless they’re a big organization ready to make an enterprise-wide commitment. We created the Alliance to fill that void and help organizations access the best talent available.” added Stephen Boccardo of PDS.
This Alliance aims to build on PDS’ proven, Full Service EDC offering. Full Service EDC accelerates learning and adoption as it delivers results faster and with greater reliability than a technology transfer. The Alliance brings together services and technology to assist user product development and to share information among all involved in the clinical trial process. The Alliance is also structured to reduce contactor management requirements for sponsors, ensuring all partners receive proper training and experience