(Amelia Island, Florida) October 5, 2015 – Medix Clinical Research, a team within Medix focused on workforce solutions within pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical device industries, will exhibit at the 10th Global Site Solutions Summit on Florida’s Amelia Island from October 8-11.
“Medix is thrilled to be taking part of the Global Site Solutions Summit,” said Nick Burrows, Medix Clinical Research Account Executive. “The amount of industry knowledge and creative ideas being shared during this week is truly remarkable, and we’re excited to bring Medix Clinical Research to the conversation. We encourage everyone to stop by, connect with our team and enter for a chance to win an Apple or Android smart watch!”
The Global Site Solutions Summit is exclusively dedicated to the goal of helping clinical research sites reach optimal performance. This one-of-a-kind meeting allows site executives to collaborate with peers to address their business challenges, while being exposed to innovative solutions. By tapping into the Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) network, industry professionals are encouraged to open a dialogue and advance the field through strong partnerships.
“The Site Solutions Summit is an ideal opportunity to connect with forward-thinking industry professionals,” said Burrows. “We’re thrilled to share our process for delivering quality trials on time and under budget through a sustainable workforce solution,” said Burrows.
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About Medix Clinical Research
Medix Clinical Research is committed to positively impacting lives, as well as educating and empowering sites across the United States to help advance innovative, life–changing therapies for patients around the world.  Our clinical staff provides the strategic solutions you need to advance your research mission forward.  Every site’s need is different, so whether your need is operational or compliance based, our in-house clinical research staff is dedicated to help your site build a sustainable research program.