We are very excited with the success of our new technologies and application models, enabling IVRCC to work in a wide range of therapeutic areas to assist you in your clinical trials. Learn about our highlights and new technologies deployed in 2018.
IVRCC builds and deploys configurable applications to facilitate the compilation and analysis of retrospective EMR data. Find out how we do it and how our technology supports this important medical work and the FDA's Real-World Evidence Program.
Real-Time Results = Real-Time Success: Drive Better Decisions Faster in Clinical Trials with IVRCC’s Real-Time Reporting Solutions.
Learn how you can drive better decisions faster in clinical trials with IVRCC's real-time reporting solutions.
GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is a set of regulations adopted by the European Union to govern the collection, processing, use and storage of personal data.
IVRCC's new interactive platform features complete modernization, geographic redundancy with real-time mirroring of data and applications across multiple physical sites, a new disaster recovery model with near-real-time mirroring of data and applications for fast response to widespread Internet outages, and a new approach to validation documentation.
The New York Times reported that the FDA recently announced its approval of the first drug designed to prevent migraines. IVRCC has been involved in numerous migraine studies and clinical trials where we've collected daily PRN Pain diaries.
IVRCC's custom-built native app was an ideal choice for the Operating Room that had no access to Wi-Fi, by being able to accommodate a large number of Inclusion/Exclusion criteria, the possibility of tablet or internet failure, and proper randomization treatment assignment exactly per protocol.
IVR Clinical Concepts Inc. Receives U.S.-EU and the U.S.-Swiss Privacy Shield Framework Certification
IVR Clinical Concepts Inc., a global provider of IVRS and IWRS solutions and services for clinical applications, received Privacy Shield Framework Certification.
The client compared the costs of our BYOD system with two other bids which collected data from subjects using proprietary handheld devices. With our IVR system, patients use their own phone or smartphone for daily diary collection, which saved the client several hundred thousand dollars.