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April 10, 2018
Reimagining the clinical trial registry
Even if patients are generally aware of clinical trials, where do they learn more details about them? The commonly accepted place where the information is kept is in government registries such as clinicaltrials.gov. Surveys have shown patients trust them the most. "They start digging there, but often they do not find information that is pertinent or understandable," Moreira says, "and they start losing interest and all the work around awareness goes down the drain."
IntelliChief ECM Introduces Mobile Workflow on the Go
Enables users to access, comment and approve details in documents for their company projects and transactions
Nuance OmniPage Server 2 Delivers More Comprehensive and Powerful Document Conversion
New features include an enhanced user experience, integrated document classification capabilities, and expanded language support
Conga to Acquire Counselytics to Bolster Intelligent Document Automation Capabilities
The acquisition will add the ability to harvest contract content, converting unstructured data to actionable intelligence
KM In Practice
The Art Institute of Chicago takes steps to preserve its history and records
Preservica's active digital preservation software will ensure that the museum's vital institutional records are safely stored and easily found by staff and maintained in formats that can be read and used by future generations.