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CoreClinical – Clinical Trial Management System

June 23, 2011

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CoreClinical is a web-based Clinical Trial Management System. CoreClinical is built around key business objects like Clinical Trial, Tasks, and Agreement and not around a ‘chart of account’ or ‘GL-like’ traditional accounting and contract administration systems. CoreClinical has been developed as a web-based, enterprise-level, scalable system for managing critical milestones for Clinical Trials.

By using CoreClinical, companies can better manage existing relationships, with Clinical Trial participants, develop relationships with new entities, and integrate their systems with those of sponsors,
CROs, and other participants like: agents, law firms, partners, suppliers and customers, regardless of
geographic location.

CoreClinical is built around key business objects like Clinical Trial, Tasks, and Agreement and not around a chart of account or “GL-like” traditional accounting and contract administration systems.

It is a single point of reference to the following key information types related to Agreements and their relationships for various business events, and stakeholders:

  • Activities
  • Relationships
  • Assets
  • Clinical Trials
  • Products
  • Projects
  • Agreements
  • Disputes
  • Companies
  • etc.

The system is tightly integrated with Microsoft SharePoint 2007.

   The logical structure of CoreClinical
CoreClinical structure

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