Looking back, the past year was a great year for CliniOps where we achieved several milestones and set new targets for ourselves in 2018. To start off the year, CliniOps moved to a new office in the US, equipped with the latest audio-video connectivity and seamless collaboration with its India office. CliniOps team also grew over the year enabling us to provide the highest level of support to our growing international customers base. Another major milestone was the completion of CliniOps Quality & Security Management Framework review by KPMG, and completion of the validation exercise. We now have customers from Pharma, Biotech and Med device companies, supporting studies across several therapeutic areas across 4 continents. CliniOps founders were invited as Speakers & Panelists at several conferences, co-authored papers and initiated several collaborations with reputed organizations in the space. Along the way, several recognitions also came from top Analysts like Everest Group and Frost & Sullivan, among others. We hope to continue the momentum and look forward to an exciting 2018 ahead!!
Quarterly UpdatesOct – Dec 2017
CliniOps CEO featured by The Technology Headlines magazine
CliniOps CEO Avik Pal features in an article titled ‘Avik Pal: Nurturing Innovation in Clinical Trials’, published by The Technology Headlines magazine, December 16, 2017.
CliniOps covered in a blog post titled ‘Squeezing Out The Waste with Digital Health Innovation’, following the ‘Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference’, where CliniOps CTO was a speaker in the “Personalized Health: Turning Data Into Value” panel, Santa Clara Convention Center, October 5, 2017
Bio-Pharma companies recognize the benefits of carefully managing the quality of data from their clinical trials. To ensure clinical data accuracy and integrity, it is necessary to thoroughly review these data, to assess the validity of outlying data points, and to carefully document query identification and resolution throughout a study’s duration, a continual and dynamic process. This ensures that clinical data are generated, collected, handled, analyzed, and reported according to protocol, SOPs, and GCPs. CliniOps’s built-in quality control checks can perform the QC at the point of care. Site users can instantly view which CRFs are incomplete, which CRFs have failed edit checks, which forms have been reviewed and monitored. Since all this information is available at the point of data capture, this allows the site users to correct the mistakes before queries are raised. This saves several days, weeks, months worth of work downstream and also increases the data quality at source by several folds.
Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference, 2017
CliniOps CTO invited to speak at the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference, titled “Personalized Health: Turning Data Into Value”, Santa Clara Convention Center, Oct, 2017.
CliniOps selected for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), co-hosted by the U.S. Department of State and the Govt. of India, held at the Hyderabad Convention Centre, India, November, 2017.
JMIR published paper, titled ‘Mobile Health Apps in OB-GYN-Embedded Psychiatric Care’, where CliniOps collaborated closely with researchers and physicians from Harvard University, Boston University School of Medicineand Boston Medical Center (BMC). This paper explores the potential benefits of the use of mobile health (mHealth) apps in obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN)-embedded psychiatric clinics in the United States, October 6, 2017.