MedNet updates software for improved user experience

By Maggie Lynch contact

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(Image: Getty/metamorworks)

Related tags: Software, eclinical, Clinical data, SaaS, Clinical research, Clinical research services, CRO

MedNet’s latest update to its eClinical software enhances the user experience to shorten clinical trial study builds.

The new release uses React, a JavaScript Library, to create a flexible user experience (UX) and user interface (UI), according to the company

Mednet Solutions stated that with this update, the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) clinical research technology platform will enable users to streamline and shorten their study build time, as it was designed to simplify role-based security (RBS) management.

"Study designs are becoming more and more complex, the quantity and variety of data sources continue to grow, and there is more pressure than ever to build and execute studies as quickly as possible,"​ said Rob Robertson, chief executive officer, MedNet Solutions in a statement. 

"Our near-term goal is to meet these needs by optimizing iMedNet to provide flexible and comprehensive functionality in an all-in-one solution, while enabling key integrations to support the requirements of a broad range of clinical research," ​he added.

MedNet announced an update to its software in 2017​ with features to also help decrease study build times by enhancing the platforms study build and revalidation tools, as well as site record workflows. The new update builds on the previous one with continued enhancements to its inventory and dataset components.

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