CliniWorks says award-winning AccelFind finds better patients

CliniWorks, a data-mining software developer based in Cambridge, MA, believes it has found a way to address the "Achilles Heel" in patient recruitment: using its own AccelFind data-mining and patient-recruitment software, according to a report in OutsourcingPharma. To be fair, the company is not the only one touting the product; the software won the judge's choice for Best Practices Award at Bio-IT World 2011. AccelFind analyzes medical terminology, converts medical records into a usable format and then performs custom searches for specific trials. Automating these kinds of searches cuts months off the patient-recruitment process, and the company "provide[s] access to investigators and their potential specific eligible patients, while most other applications can only provide only investigators or volunteering patients," CliniWorks CEO Nitzan Sneh tells OutsourcingPharma. The software has been around as a SaaS product for about a year and has been used in more than 100 Phase II and Phase III trials. Read more

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