Britain's NHS signs off on inVentiv's consent tech

The U.K.'s National Health Service has approved the use of inVentiv Health's informed consent technology, another victory for the CRO's pioneering software. The system, called Mytrus, will soon become the first electronic consent technology ever used in an NHS trial, inVentiv said. Mytrus became the first-ever eConsent platform used in the U.S. when the FDA approved it in 2011. Release

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