The annual Bega duck race in Timisoara, Romania, went off with a splash on Sunday 3rd September, as hundreds of rubber ducks took to the water and went beak-to-beak in some of the most intense racing ever seen across the river Bega.
Representing Cmed in the hotly contested “Sponsor Race” was Doctor Duck. Crowds cheered on as ten rubber ducks in a row bobbed down the river in the big race of the day, eagerly awaiting the winner with bated breath.
Can you say, “Welcome to the wide, wonderful world of wearables”, three times fast?
Disruptive Innovations landed in Boston last week, once again bringing together Innovation Teams and Market Disruptors to listen, learn and share how they are looking to leap forward in clinical trials.
Wearables continued to be a topic of discussion throughout the two day conference. Whereas in the past, wearables were introduced as a possibility, this year established sponsors were showing off successful proof of concepts and new tech vendors were bringing in gadgets that went well beyond using a Fitbit to track steps.
Harnessing the power of training gamification to develop talent
04 Sep 2017
In today’s fast paced, changing world, companies need to keep up with the competition and industry trends more than ever. Those that don’t, fall behind and wither away, losing both important talent as well as revenue. It’s already a given that companies need to constantly embrace innovation and new technologies to improve their models – whether they are the business models they use, the technology solutions they employ or the training methodologies they apply.
Both the Loader and Review apps are part of Cmed’s encapsia® clinical data suite, the first cloud-based suite of apps for the collection, management and analysis of clinical trial data.
The Loader app streamlines the process for third party data uploads. It can be configured with automated transfer rules so that the data can be automatically loaded into the encapsia® database where it can be viewed, reconciled and managed in the Review app.