Software helps integrate clinical research data

Green Mountain Logic’s new Phase 1 Recruiting Module for LabPas CT’s has gone live at Arkansas Research Medical Testing, a 200-bed, early-phase clinical research facility located at Little Rock.

Steve Bethel, chief operating officer at Arkansas Research, commented: ‘With LabPas CT’s recruiting module we will improve average call times and fill our studies more efficiently.’

Green Mountain Logic’s LabPas CT helps drug discovery companies to integrate data from recruiting through EDC. It deploys PDAs on clinic floors to scan patient and collection vessel barcodes, eliminating the potential for errors.

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