University Hospital Jena: Next-level Workflow Optimization in Clinical Trials

How to set up a well-running clinical trial center that can handle up to 40 trials at once has been successfully demonstrated by Laura Graziani, study coordinator, and Elisabeth Lammers, study assistant and MTRA, from the University Hospital Jena. The clinical trial center in Jena has made a name for itself with sponsors and CROs due to its excellent support and management of trials. mint Lesion™ plays an essential role on this journey: since 2015, all clinical trials have been evaluated and managed with the software solution.

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