Clinical Trial Management | Medical Scheduling Softwares

We create software and solutions that let businesses
advance healthcare by focusing on patients.

Industry-leading medical practice software focused on maximizing efficiency, quality and consistency for healthcare organizations around the world.

Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials

The only Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) that cuts out the complexity in clinical trial software with tools designed to work for clinical trials.

Clinical Trial Software

Medical Staff & Physician Scheduling

Medical Staff & Physician Scheduling

Fast, automated, and accurate physician and medical staff scheduling for healthcare organizations and specialties of all sizes.

Staff Scheduling Software

Patient Workflow

Patient Workflow

An advanced software suite designed to improve patient safety and increase quality of care for VA and surgical facilities.

Patient Workflow Software

Bio-Optronics provides healthcare organizations with innovative software solutions designed to enhance clinical trials, healthcare scheduling, and patient safety with a user-focused approach to healthcare technology.

With software backed by dedicated support and development teams, we use our expertise in the clinical research and medical scheduling fields to provide our customers with powerful and intuitive medical practice management software. By cultivating strong relationships with our customers, we enhance our products based on the feedback of our customers.

 

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Clinical Conductor serves a central repository for all contracts and budgets, and all of our departments can customize their views according to which areas they need to see.- Barbara Anderson Project Manager at PharmaSeek, LLC

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CAP 2017

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