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Clinical Trial Design Management: Best Practices for Small Budget Studies

ClinCapture  hosted the 12th BioTalks in Park City, UT, on the topic of Clinical Trial Design & Management: Best Practices for Small Budget Studies. This was the first event in the series hosted in the biotech hub of Salt Lake City. The panel discussion gathered experts from CROs and sponsor companies to conduct quality clinical trials in a cost effective manner. Industry experts shared their knowledge on running high quality, small budget clinical trials covering clinical operations to clinical data management and biostatistics...

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Clinovo Announces New Customer Win For Its ClinCapture Open-Source Electronic Data Capture System

Press Release | Clinovo | June 28, 2013

Leading Pharmaceutical Company Starts Phase II Ophthalmology Clinical Trial With Silicon Valley based CRO Clinovo for Electronic Data Capture (EDC), Clinical Data Management (CDM), Biostatistics, and Medical Writing Services Read More »

How Clinical Guidelines Can Fail Both Doctors And Patients

Robert McNutt and Nortin Hadler | The Health Care Blog | December 11, 2013

Any confusion over the recent news of cholesterol guidelines in the U.S. is perfectly understandable. On the one hand, the guidelines suggest that nearly half the population should use statins to stave off heart attacks and strokes. On the other, use of the drugs is not with potential side effects and, to many, will offer no substantive benefits. [...] Read More »

Huge VA Project to Boost Med School Mission

Jonathan Rabinovitz | Stanford School of Medicine | October 24, 2011

A dozen state-of the-art buildings that will advance [Stanford's] medical school’s clinical, educational and research missions are beginning to rise, but Stanford isn’t leading the effort. With a construction budget of more than $1 billion, the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, or VAPAHCS, has launched an ambitious building project on its flagship campus on Miranda Avenue in P Read More »

The Story of How our Health Informatics Textbook Came into Being

I have been asked many times how and why I became interested in Health Informatics and how that led to the writing and self-publication of our textbook, Health Informatics: Practical Guide. The textbook is now in its 7th edition and has been adopted by a large number of universities for their health informatics courses. More co-authors have come on board, and we are now looking at publishing other textbooks. Thus we thought this would be a good point to tell the story.

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