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TrialX Mobile – Free Software To Find, Locate And Enroll In Clinical Trials from an iPhone

Posted Nov 04 2009 10:01pm

The TrialX mobile software looks very nice from the screenshots and is available for use for either a patient or a physician.  I have the TrialX Widget on the blog at all times you can also use to find information.   Clinical Trials keep getting easier to locate.  The software has been recently featured on USA Today. 

If you want to use Twitter for locating trials and receiving updates when they become available, they have that too! 

USA Today Talks About Twitter for HealthCare – Focus on TrialX to Locate Clinical Trials


Here are a few screenshots and more can be seen at the main page.  First of all you select patient or doctor and the screens walk you through the rest.


You get a full description of the trial and can further filter the results, and then it will map the location for you.


After looking at the details, it also has the formatted style to contact an investigator, all done from the phone.  You can do this online as well through the website and the key to using your personal health records is key to the filtering process so you don’t have to filter through many where you might not meet the qualifications.  BD

The TrialX Clinical Trials App enables patients and doctors to find relevant clinical trials near them and connect with the trial investigators in just a few taps. And it's FREE!

TrialX Mobile - Putting clinical trial search in your hands

Related Reading:

Tweeting for Trials – TrialX Wins New York Entrepreneur Week Venture Competition Award
TrialX and CenterWatch Partner to Help Locate Additional Clinical Trial Information - Integrate with Personal Health Records
TrialX Mobile – Find Clinical Trials with an IPhone Coming Soon with Work in Progress
Tweeting for Trials – TrialX Wins New York Entrepreneur Week Venture Competition Award
Clinical Trials in the US – Begin involving the physicians and patients at the point of care to achieve greater success and participation with Personal Health Records
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