The Florence eBinders and WCG Velos eResearch integration is now live for select research sites to streamline clinical trial startup and management
ATLANTA, GA, December 2, 2021 — Florence Healthcare, the industry leader in eliminating inefficient clinical trial workflows, announced today that through a partnership with WCG, five of its clients now have direct eISF integration. SWOG, Renown Health, American Vision Partners, Highlands Oncology Group, and Optum can manage all clinical trial activity from startup through close-out within one integrated platform.
“Florence is an important partner for us, as their organization’s mission to drive research forward aligns perfectly with ours”
WCG Velos eResearch, an enterprise Clinical Research Management Solution, automates administrative, financial, and research activities for academic medical centers, hospitals, research networks, and independent sites. By partnering with Florence eBinders, sites benefit from fast study launch, remote monitoring and access, document review and approval, and a single data source across sponsor and CRO teams.
“Florence’s mission is to drive research and accelerate cures,” says Jeff Pool, SVP of Revenue at Florence Healthcare. “Our strong network of integrated industry partners has never been more important than in the era of decentralized clinical research—an era characterized by speed and efficiency. Working with WCG offers our joint customers a more complete research solution and makes workflows easier.”
“Florence is an important partner for us, as their organization’s mission to drive research forward aligns perfectly with ours,” said Jill Johnston, President of WCG’s Study Planning and Site Optimization Division. “The pandemic drastically increased the demand for integrated research workflows. With this collaboration, we are providing our clients with a seamless platform that streamlines study-related processes that slow down research teams. We are honored to provide Florence with a ‘gold standard’ platform that will serve their community of sites and researchers for years to come.”
About Florence Healthcare
More than 10,000 research teams in 44 countries currently manage their eISF on Florence eBinders. To learn more about how eBinders optimizes workflows and removes paper bottlenecks in the research process, please visit www.florencehc.com.