Arkansas Research Medical Testing, a premier 200-bed, early-phase clinical research facility located in Little Rock, has selected LabPas CT to automate its phase I clinical trials
According to Steve Bethel, chief operating officer at Arkansas Research: "LabPas CT will empower us to improve quality and save time by automating our recruiting function and deploying a comprehensive barcode system in our lab.
"They really understand the Phase I environment".
John Rosenblum, president and CEO of Green Mountain Logic, noted: "Since 1968 Arkansas Research has provided outstanding services to the pharmaceutical industry.
"We are honoured it has chosen to partner with us".
Green Mountain Logic's LabPas CT is software for Phase I clinical trials, comprehensively integrating data from recruiting through EDC.
LabPas CT deploys PDAs on clinic floors to scan patient and collection vessel barcodes/RFIDs, eliminating the potential for errors.
It provides real-time electronic data entry for collection times, comments, dosing, vital signs and adverse events.
LabPas CT is also unique in its ability to adapt to individual study environments and changing protocols, rather than burdening CROs with the need to adapt to the software.