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Parallel 6 Named One of the 2016 Top 10 eClinical Trial Management Solution Providers by Pharma Tech Outlook

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Aimee Eucce aeucce@parallel6.com 858-205-8577 Clinical 6™ is an mClinical™ platform for patient enrollment, engagement, and management of clinical trials worldwide. San Diego, CA. – April 14, 2016 – Parallel 6, the leading software as a service (SaaS) provider of mobile enrollment and engagement solutions for clinical research and public sector organizations, announced today that they were named …

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Parallel 6’s Clinical 6™ adds companion app to increase patient compliance and retention in clinical trials

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Aimee Eucce aeucce@parallel6.com 858-205-8577 Clinical 6™ is an mClinical™ platform for patient enrollment, engagement, and management of clinical trials worldwide. San Diego, CA. – February 22, 2016 – Parallel 6, the leading software as a service provider of mobile enrollment and engagement solutions for clinical research and public sector organizations, announced today that the Clinical 6™ …

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Parallel 6 Acquires nPruv, Inc. A Clinical Trial Patient Matching and Predictive Modeling Technology Company

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Aimee Eucce aeucce@parallel6.com 858-205-8577 Parallel 6 adds patient recruitment predictive modeling and patient matching capabilities to Clinical 6 – an mClinical™ platform for patient enrollment, engagement and management of clinical trials worldwide. San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 07, 2016 Parallel 6, the leading provider of mobile clinical solutions, today announced its acquisition of nPruv, Inc., the developer of a …

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3 Ways Wearable Technology Can Transform Clinical Trials

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In 2012, the average smartphone had more computing power than the Apollo 11 mission forty-six years earlier.  In other words, the phone in your hands has more power than NASA had to get a man on the moon. The adoption and growth of wearable technologies is a clear indicator of this expansion. Wearable technologies, or “wearables”, refer to electronic technologies, or …