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Press Release: HealthCarePoint and ViS Research streamline sharing of qualifications by medical researchers.

On July 30, 2013, ViS Research and HealthCarePoint announced that they will connect their platforms to improve cost-efficiency in clinical research. The partnership will allow clinical trial planners to quickly access clinical research professionals’ Personal Experience and Training (PET) records through the ViS platform and give clinical research sites access to human resource management systems hosted by HealthCarePoint at no cost.

Sites and clinical researchers will benefit from an efficient way to share their qualifications, while trial planners gain ready access to structured data for compliance and site evaluation for inclusion in trials. Users of ViS' online feasibility platform (which include most large pharma companies and CROs) will have seamless and quick access to information for site feasibility assessment. The functional integration of these technologies will provide a complete solution to sponsors, CROs, IRB representatives and research associations that need to search, find, retrieve and maintain verifiable information on professional competencies for regulatory compliance purposes.

It is clear that society wins when medical researchers focus less on paperwork and more on patients. This collaboration revamps the site feasibility assessment process. Trial planners have had to resort to creating burdensome questionnaires for researchers, because they do not have an efficient way to access and make sense of the information about locations, sites and investigators. Now they have a better option.

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