New York, NY, June 24, 2016 –(PR.com)– TrialX announces the launch of Trialspace, a clinical trial website builder for sponsors, CROs, patient recruitment agencies and investigators. Trialspace comes with a sophisticated patient referral and recruitment tracking engine that is easy to use and provides a 360 degree view of all recruitment activity.
Upon signing up, users can specify study details, create pre-screeners, populate study site locations and select from available design themes to launch their entire study site in minutes, not weeks or months.
The referral tracking system can be used to create any number of outreach campaigns that track every inbound email, phone call and click. Referral activity and recruitment metrics are available in a real-time dashboard at both the study and individual site levels. Unlike other clinical trial website creation services, Trialspace entails no upfront cost and comes with month-to-month payment plans.
“Creating a web presence for a clinical study can be a laborious and costly process. Websites for large multi-site studies can cost sponsors thousands of dollars. Lack of good referral tracking tools further hinder efforts to streamline recruitment efforts and maintain budgets. Trialspace, can reduce this unnecessary burden for sponsors,” explained Sharib Khan, Co-founder and CEO of TrialX.
In addition to the recruitment and referral tracking tools, content rewrite and creative image sourcing are provided as additional services. Trialspace users will also have the advantage of their clinical trials being made searchable on TrialX’s clinical trial finder Dory as well as being discussed on it’s online talk show, CureTalks.
TrialSpace will be showcased at the upcoming DIA 2016 conference in Philadelphia from June 26-30, 2016. Visit Booth #2401 for a demo and to get invite codes to access Trialspace.
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Started in 2008 as a clinical trials decision engine integrated with personal health record platforms such as Google Health and Microsoft HealthVault, TrialX solutions today power clinical trials recruitment and outreach at leading academic medical centers such as University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, New York University Langone School of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and New York Presbyterian Hospital. Our award winning Q&A trial finder Dory is used by thousands of patients to connect with investigators near them.