Site Management Organization Teams Up with Federated Medical Records & Patient Access Network

Site Management Organization Hooks Up with Federated Medical Records & Patient Access Network

Recently, an Australian-based site management organization called Plexus Research, a division of GP innoVentures (GPIV), and investment and innovation organization based in Adelaide hooked into TriNetX global network in a bid to generate greater access to clinical trials and provide a path to market for groundbreaking medical products. But what is this deal and how does it help facilitate or accelerate clinical research? Well, for starters, Plexus Research is a site management organization that operates the largest clinical trial network in South Australia with 10 clinics, 40 general practitioners (GPs) as investigators and a database of 100,000 patients. The organization’s future growth is slated to include 1,600 GPs, over 400 clinics, and 1.3 million patients across this part of Australia. Once this deal is done, all of that research infrastructure will be available to pharmaceutical sponsors and CROs that currently participate on the TriNetX network: that is, they will be able to engage Plexus Research’s GP clinics and specialist clinics, enabling these sponsors to select study sites with eligible patients for investigational trials as well as to pursue answers to clinical ques...

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