Provide innovative services & solutions to our clients who develop novel, modern medicines to improve the lives of patients globally
Transforming the future of Clinical Development
By utilizing digital technologies, we can transform how sponsors approach clinical development by improving the patient experience, enhancing clinical trial productivity, increasing the quality of data collected in trials, and incorporating valuable insights from multiple sources of data.
Support clinical trials and other product development activities by leveraging our technology & domain expertise
What We Do – Support Clinical Trials
We want to make a difference in healthcare using our diverse skills to explore new opportunities. This contributes to our shared goal of improving patient’s health. By understanding the key challenges of clients our fixed/customized fee approach creates a difference in providing hassle free services.
Drive greater product value through new insights
With our wide range of expertise and efficient collaboration, we have the ability to offer clinical services to our sponsors in Clinical Data Management, Biostatistics, Drug Safety and other Clinical Research functional areas by applying latest trends, technologies, resources, and business processes. Help our clients to meet project timelines, quality, compliance, and cost targets in a variety of engagements.
Develop & Support consistent stream of innovative services & solutions to our clients by attracting and developing top talent
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IKCON PHARMA and Bioclinica Partner to Deliver Best-in-Class eClinical Solutions to Pharma Industry/Sponsors
February 8, 2021 Press Release
Partnership allows sponsors to easily scale projects to streamline clinical trials