CRO selects LabPas CT

Cedra research, a contract research organisation (CRO), has selected Green Mountain Logic’s Labpas CT to automate its Phase I clinical trial operations. The software will recruit through export to EDC, and is hoped to significantly enhance both the quality and the speed of their existing systems.

Cedra has enrolled more than 11,000 volunteers in Phase I clinical trials and has conducted more than 600 research studies. This contract follows a series of high-profile CROs to select LabPas CT, including Advanced Biomedical Research and Arkansas Clinical Research.

LabPas CT deploys PDAs on clinic floors to scan patient and collection vessel barcodes, eliminating the potential for errors, and providing real-time electronic data entry.

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