Clinical consulting firms form strategic alliance to support client research goals

By Maggie Lynch contact

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An alliance between Kinetiq and Halley Consulting group aims to provide new services to the companies’ clients, from compensation analysis to technology compliance solutions.

Kinetiq, a research and consulting company, will work in partnership with Halley Consulting Group (HGB), a healthcare consulting firm. Both Kinetiq and HGB work with learning health systems and integrated research and clinical care programs.

The alliance is strategic in its ability to leverage services from both companies. James Riddle, VP of client services at Kinetiq told us, “With a similar client profile, and complementary services, it made sense to enter into a strategic relationship.”

Clients of Halley’s are often looking to build research programs, Riddle explained. The alliance will allow for Kinetiq’s services to be used in this effort while still working with HGB and the services it provides.

Riddle said, “Clients can also leverage our respective consultant’s expertise to integrate research and clinical care in new and innovative ways through our engagements.”

Per the alliance, companies will have access to interim services, operations assessment, clinical integration, compensation analysis and design, and service line development via HCG. This, in addition to Kinetiq’s human subject protection programs, research operations, and technology compliance solutions.

Kinetiq is the research and consulting division of Quorum Review IRB. 

Related topics: Clinical Development, Data management

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