‘Integrated Site Organization’ Expands Further in NY and CAL to Become Force for Clinical Research

‘Integrated Site Organization’ Expands Further in NY and CAL to Become Force for Clinical Research

Dr. Paul Evans and team at Velocity Clinical Research are back to business, acquiring more trial site organizations fresh after the recent acquisition by GHO Capital and ahead of its expansion into Europe. The “super site organization” or trial site consolidator cannot slow down as it must make moves into new research studies (and therapeutic areas) in its quest to secure more market share, greater growth, and, of course, profits during this pandemic-era research boom. Velocity Clinical Research now has a firm presence on both coasts with trial sites in both New York and California. Velocity Clinical Research owns 18 sites across 12 US states. A full list is on its website. In an interesting branding move, they now refer to themselves as an ‘integrated site company.’ With other private equity-financed trial site networks on the move, 2021 decisions can lead to critical outcomes in 2022 and beyond.

Most recently, the clinical research organization referred to as an “integrated site company” reported to the market two new site purchases for its U.S. trial site network. Founded only four years ago, TrialSite commends Evans and team on what has been a phenomenal runup, buildin...

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