Attract Trials

Being part of the TriNetX network improves a healthcare organization’s ability to leverage their own patient data while enhancing its competitiveness and attractiveness for sponsored clinical trial participation.

Attract Trials

Being part of the TriNetX network improves a healthcare organization’s ability to leverage their own patient data while enhancing its competitiveness and attractiveness for sponsored clinical trial participation.

Build a beautiful product

Attract More Industry-Sponsored Trials

Increase your funding of local research and development teams through increased sponsorship from biopharma companies.

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Collaborate with Peer Institutions

Participate in multi-site research with other healthcare organizations, without having to expend precious resources to normalize your data to an external standard.

Build a beautiful product

Infuse Data into the Research Process

Provide principal investigators with data and analytics to aid in the development of a study protocol or to support grant-based research.

As a healthcare organization in the TriNetX network:

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TriNetX supplies the hardware for performance

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TriNetX aligns and maps all the data for collaboration

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Researchers have access to TriNetX’s industry-leading self-service user interface with advanced algorithms and semantic search with hundreds of thousands of synonyms

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All hardware, implementation, data mapping and training is provided at no cost

Collaborate with the Top Biopharmaceutical Companies & CROs

Why TriNetX

Duke-NUS

“We are looking forward to exploring the range of capabilities that TriNetX provides. We plan on taking advantage of the multiple use cases the TriNetX platform offers and we are excited by the opportunity to contribute to the growth of global clinical research.”

– Prof. Marcus Ong Eng Hock, Sr. Consultant and Clinician Scientist, Duke-NUS

Keck School of Medicine at USC

“We are… leveraging the TriNetX network to not only query our own patient population, but also collaborate with other healthcare organizations in the hopes of participating in additional clinical studies.”

– April Armstrong, MD MPH, Associate Dean of Clinical Research at Keck School of Medicine at USC

Children's National

“We have learned about more than 70 clinical trials as a result of being part of the TriNetX network. Now, by providing access to this global network of real-world data, our research community will have the ability to significantly improve cohort discovery and protocol feasibility, analyze data in real time, and study treatment pathways in a way we could not in the past.”

– Jurran Wilson, Program Lead, Recruitment and Engagement and Informatics Project Manager, Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children’s National

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