Oslo University Hospital signs 10-year enterprise deal with Viedoc

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PRESS RELEASE / 2019-03-06

Collaboration to increase efficiencies in academic research across Norway

Viedoc has signed a 10-year deal with Oslo University Hospital (OUH), the biggest contributor to medical and healthcare research conducted at Norwegian hospitals. The deal is an extension of Viedoc and OUH’s long-standing collaboration to help academic research improve operational efficiencies and increase productivity.

"We are delighted to further strengthen our partnership with Viedoc. This extended partnership will provide better services and will constitute an important tool for academic research in Norway", says Cecilie Moe, Manager Data Management Section, OUH.

The partnership deal spans over 10 years with an option to additional 5+5 years. The deal will secure OUH’s access to Viedoc’s EDC technology, which will be instrumental in optimizing local drug development programs by bringing operational efficiencies and greater speed to clinical trials.

John Overend, Viedoc’s Managing Director Sales and Marketing, "It is extremely satisfying to see that Viedoc is OUH’s top EDC choice not only today but also in 10 years’ time. It confirms that we have one of the world’s most modern EDC platforms”.

About Oslo University Hospital
Oslo University Hospital carry out advanced patient treatment, research and trial treatments, give advice and provide education on international levels. The hospital is Scandinavia’s largest and each year carry out more than 1.2 million patient treatments. Oslo University Hospital is responsible for approximately 50 percent of all medical and healthcare research conducted at Norwegian hospitals and is a significant role player within the education of a large variety of health care personnel.

For more information, please contact:
John Overend, Sales and Marketing Manager Viedoc, Enable JavaScript to view protected content.
Henrik Blombergsson, Co-founder & COO Viedoc, Enable JavaScript to view protected content.