Worldwide Clinical Trials Adopts ClinSpark
The Foundry Health team is excited to share another ClinSpark success story. Worldwide Clinical Trials (Worldwide), an award-winning, full-service, midsize, global contract research organization has recently announced its successful implementation of ClinSpark, the eSource platform for Phase I clinical trial automation.
Successful implementation at Top-10 Biopharmaceutical company
Following the successful implementation of ClinSpark® at the Phase I unit of a top-10 biopharmaceutical company in Europe, the first study database was locked where the entire trial was conducted within the system.
ClinSpark version 1.4.2 Released
The Foundry Health team is excited to announce the latest release of its eSource software platform for Phase I automation. This version contains enhancements over version 1.4.1 released earlier this year.
Q&A on ClinSpark Pricing
In this Q&A we explain some of the concepts underlying our pricing structure and addressing some of the questions that are often asked.
ClinSpark version 1.4.1 Released
The Foundry Health team is excited to announce the latest release of its eSource software platform for Phase I automation. Version 1.4.1 contains enhancements over version 1.4.0 released earlier this year, and significantly enhances the recruitment module.
QPS Adopts ClinSpark
The Foundry Health team is excited to share another ClinSpark success story. QPS, a global contract research organization (CRO) providing discovery, preclinical and clinical drug development services, recently announced its successful implementation of ClinSpark, an eSource technology platform for Phase I automation, to support double digit growth in Phase I clinical trials.
ClinSpark version 1.4 Released
Grafton, WI March 11, 2019 – Foundry Health is proud to announce the release of version 1.4 of its Phase I software platform ClinSpark®. This new version contains many significant improvements over its already feature-rich predecessor. Major improvements have been made in the areas of Study Subject management, ECG review and Informed Consent procedures. Connectivity enhancements have been made benefiting safety lab interfaces and a connection has been established with Verified Clinical Trials to check for potential duplicate subject enrollments.
Do you use medical dictionaries to code medications or adverse events in your early phase clinical trials? If your answer is yes, then ClinSpark makes your life so much easier. ClinSpark supports both MedDRA and WHODrug dictionaries. You can load any number of versions of these dictionaries into the system.
In a soon to be released version of ClinSpark there will be significantly enhanced functionality to support the process of identifying subjects and the subsequent recruitment steps taken to get to a screening appointment. This process is typically referred to as the Recruitment Funnel.
A look into the Study Subject component
Introduced in ClinSpark version 1.4.0, this feature will empower users to interact with subjects throughout the study lifecycle. Built with physicians in mind, it allows for actionable management of Subject Status, Adverse Events, Assessments, Eligibility, Informed Consent, Over-Volunteering, Subject Details and Audits.