The Hospital, which has 780 beds and currently runs 20 to 30 clinical trials per year, will be integrating its electronic health record to Clinerion’s Patient Network Explorer, allowing patients to gain access to innovative clinical trials, care and treatments.
The Hospital’s featured capabilities include computed tomography, neonatal intensive care, radiotherapy, a solid organs and bone marrow transplantation centre, magnetic resonance, angiography, coronary intensive care, dialysis units, multi-disciplinary emergency service, surgical intensive care, reanimation units, interventional neuroradiology and in-vitro fertilisation centre.
Dean Professor Dr Mustafa Imamoğlu of the Hospital said: “We are pleased that this collaboration will bring many benefits to the Karadeniz Technical University Farabi Hospital. Our hospital will be recognised for contributing to worldwide scientific research. Our patients will be treated more quickly. We will contribute to the national economy through clinical research funding, research related travels and inspections.”
The collaboration also benefits Clinerion by giving sponsors and clinical research organisations faster access to a wider pool of patients from a new geographical region for clinical trials and real-world data. They will benefit from the ability to find and target patients in Trabzon for recruitment in trials and access to innovative treatments.