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MedNet Solutions Partners With Heart Imaging Technologies

Wed, 08/07/2013 - 2:17pm
PR Newswire

MedNet Solutions, a global life sciences technology company specializing in clinical study management systems, and Heart Imaging Technologies (Heart IT), an industry leader in web-based medical image viewing and management solutions, are pleased to announce their strategic partnership and the integration of Heart IT's WebPAX® technology with MedNet's eClinical solutions.  This integration greatly improves the speed, accuracy and efficiency of clinical trials that rely on the collection and analysis of DICOM images.

"We are very pleased with our new partnership," stated Dr. Robert M. Judd, President for Heart IT. "MedNet is a leader in the EDC industry and their applications allow their customers to greatly improve the efficiency of their clinical trials.  In many studies, medical images play a critical role. By embedding our application within MedNet's eClinical offerings, we're able to provide MedNet's customers with a complete end-to-end solution to acquire, transmit and effectively manage all of the medical images associated within any given trial.  The best part is that our imaging component is completely web-based and zero-footprint: It does not require the user to download any software to view the images.  This new process is a quantum leap ahead of the current manual processes which are both time-consuming and inefficient."

"We're excited to offer WebPAX as a value-added option within both our iMedNet™ EDC and ENLIGHTEN® solutions," noted John M. (Rob) Robertson, President and CEO of MedNet Solutions.  "Integrating WebPAX offers our customers numerous advantages, including easy image uploading; immediate and secure worldwide image access by sites, core labs, CROs and sponsors; and superior image viewing from within our cloud-based EDC and study management solutions."

For more information, please contact MedNet Solutions.

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