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Covance is expanding its decentralized trials technology ecosystem through an alliance with Medable, a leading software provider for digital clinical trials. The Covance patient and site interface will be powered by Medable’s modular software platform, providing immediate access to applications that will allow patients to participate in decentralized clinical trials. The platform will also enable data and system interoperability, facilitate remote data collection and engagement between patients, sites, and clinical investigators.
“Working together, we can apply the full capabilities of
According to Medable, the clinical trials landscape is rapidly changing and trials need to be more accessible and more convenient for participants. Through this partnership, the companies are creating the first data-driven, decentralized trial ecosystem.
In late 2019, Covance unveiled its latest solution to help transform the conduct of decentralized clinical trials. The company’s cohesive decentralized clinical trials solution integrates unique capabilities from across Covance and
“Covance is committed to innovation and has extensive experience conducting decentralized trials,” continued
To learn more about Covance hybrid and virtual trials, visit www.covance.com/virtualtrials.
Medable is on a mission to reduce clinical trial times by 50 percent. The company’s software platform replaces stagnant, siloed systems with integrated digital tools, data and interfaces to accelerate clinical trial execution. Medable works with patients, healthcare providers, biopharma sponsors, and clinical research organizations to improve patient access and outcomes. Medable is a privately held, venture-backed company headquartered in
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