Software is playing a growing role in clinical trials, and over the years it’s been introduced as a tool to help enroll patients, collect data, and analyze results. But one aspect of clinical trial record-keeping has been stubbornly stuck on paper—the reporting of data to the patients who volunteer for the studies.

TrialAssure, a Canton, MI-based company developing software tools to increase the transparency of clinical trials, has launched a new website called TrialResults that enables the companies that conduct these studies to share plain-language trial summaries with the participating patients.

Zach Weingarden, TrialAssure’s product solutions manager, says the online… Read more »