Paper: E-signatures, cloud computing may help expedite clinical tests

04/18/2011 | Healthcare IT News

Researchers with the National Cancer Institute and Bristol-Myers Squibb were able to save time and costs in generating signatures as well as avoid misplaced or lost clinical documents after using cloud computing, electronic signatures and interoperable digital identities, a white paper finds. Using a combination of these tools in clinical studies could boost patient drug delivery as well as satisfy environmental and privacy goals, the paper notes.

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