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June 20, 2019, Atlanta, GA: Today Florence announced assignment of U.S. Patent No. 10,319,479 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for: “Remote Monitoring and Dynamic Document Management Systems and Methods.” This patent covers how Florence’s applications process essential clinical trial documents—enabling a new approach to remote monitoring for Pharmaceutical companies, Medical Device [...]
Florence today announced its membership in the Avoca Quality Consortium® (AQC) to drive technology adoption and standardization in order to reduce drug costs and development time. Founded in 2011 by The Avoca Group, the AQC is a collaborative comprised of nearly 100 pharma, biotech, CRO, and clinical service provider companies with the shared objective [...]
Over the course of the past 10 years, significant advancements have been made in clinical research. Personalized medicine, immunotherapies and genomic testing have equipped researchers with the tools necessary to identify the biological causation of diseases and to target treatments accordingly. Yet in the face of therapeutic innovation, clinical trial operations have remained old [...]
Florence, the company that advances clinical trials with software, continues expansive growth. The most recent member to join the Florence family is Ty Quinn, who will be taking on the role of Vice President and General Manager for Contract Research Organizations (CROs) and Sponsors. “Florence has realized an increasing presence of CRO and Sponsor [...]
Atlanta, GA, April 3, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Florence, the company that advances clinical trials with software, welcomes healthcare IT industry veteran, Steve Chamberlain to its Advisory Network. Chamberlain, who also made an undisclosed investment in Florence, brings experience driving growth at disruptive companies including WebMD and Mana Health. “A business thrives based on the drive [...]
Good documentation is vital to good clinical research. As the saying goes, “If it isn’t documented, it doesn’t exist”. In fact, one of the most common inspection findings in investigator site inspections is the lack of reliable, accurate, and adequate source documentation. Failure to maintain adequate and accurate case histories that record all observations [...]