Chief Executive Officer
Sina Adibi has 25 years of experience in healthcare and life sciences informatics and business process outsourcing. He is a co-founder of Superior Media Solutions, a business process and technology outsourcing company in the information publishing industry. As President of Practical CTO, Inc., Adibi concentrated on information technology, work flow systems, and analytics. As Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Parexel, Inc., he was responsible for ideation, design and development of all facets of eClinical technology, such as IVRS/ IWRS, EDC, CTMS, and medical imaging. As Senior Vice President for Systems and Technology and CTO at Thomson-Reuters Scientific and Healthcare, Adibi had responsibility for scientific, technical, medical information management systems, data capture work flow systems, content enhancement, format setup, and publishing.
Chief Revenue Officer
Mitch oversees Adaptive Clinical’s key partnerships and serves as lead contact for sales and business development. Mitch’s background includes general management, marketing and sales/business development at several forward-thinking organizations, including The Hartford Financial Services Group, AIG and Prudential Financial following early career experience in consumer goods. He was most recently founder and Principal of MSC Interim Executive and Consulting Services with a focus on health care services and digital health. He was also a Business Advisor on digital health for the Philadelphia Science Center, and an Entrepreneur in Residence for the Science Center’s Phase I Ventures program. Mitch has an undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley and an MBA from Harvard University. Mitch brings a wealth of healthcare and technology knowledge alongside his hands-on experience of building long-term and meaningful B2B partnerships.
Chief Technology Officer
Arthur Isaenko has 20 years of experience in technology, ranging in device drivers and imaging system tools to mega-scale database and informatics systems. Isaenko was principal architect of eClinical and Medical Imaging technologies for Artezio assigned to the Parexel project. In that role, he was responsible for development of MI, IVRS, and CTMS/IMPACT and participated in setup and delivery of numerous clinical studies. Isaenko has certifications from Canadian, US, and European regulatory authorities.
Healthcare Product Innovation Director
Gerald Szkotnicki has 30 years of experience in healthcare administration, with a focus on novel mechanisms to bring advanced technology and systems to improve delivery of complex care and to employ evidence based standards that drive improved outcomes and reduce cost. As President and CEO of Bedford Hospital, he has launched several specialized service lines in a community setting. He is an active member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
General Manager, Asia Pacific
Mark Garlinghouse has over 20 years of experience in the information industry, spending most of that time developing markets in Asia-Pacific. Most recently, he held a number of executive management positions at Thomson Reuters, with responsibility for customer support in life sciences, intellectual property solutions, scientific and scholarly research, and healthcare business segments. He worked closely with customers engaged in research- and innovation-intensive industries, including pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, and managed national accounts.
Director, Training & Project Management
Pieter Achterberg, PMP, has 10 years of experience in clinical research as a project manager and trainer. At BioClinica, Inc., he worked in the project management, leading many international trial-imaging projects in various therapeutic areas and participated in the development of various EDC and trial-imaging systems.
We are an eClinical Technology Solutions provider and “Problem-Solver” focused on improving EDC to CTMS integration and the interoperability of your clinical trials. On average our staff members have 15+ years of experience with eClinical informatics development and integration, regulatory compliance and systems validation, proprietary systems integration, and rapid, precise, and cost-efficient project implementation. With our Adaptive eClinical Bus solution, our focus is on helping clinical trial operations improve their clinical trial data integration.
Our clinical as well as technology savvy staff is spread across two continents (North America and Europe) and three countries (US, Canada, and Poland). We provide “same-time-zone” coverage and support for North America, South America, Europe, and most of Asia.
Our eClinical Bus Solution is a secure, validated, compliant (FDA CFR 21 Part 11 and GxP), and cost-effective solution for clinical data integration – specifically designed to improve the way EHR and EMR systems, as well as all traditional eClinical tools such as EDC or CTMS communicate with each other to save you time and money.
Our software helps:
- Eliminate duplication of data by capturing and transmitting electronic source data
- Auto-populate electronic study forms from EHRs
- Reduce transcription errors and improve the quality of data
- Encourage entering source data at the point of care
- Facilitate remote monitoring of data to reduce the number of onsite visits
- Improve site monitoring to minimize the need for cross-reference data in multiple sources
- Make it easier for investigators to conduct clinical research
- Facilitate the inspection and reconstruction of clinical investigations by FDA
Discover how to easily improve your clinical trial data integration and increase the efficiency of your operation, from shortened setup times to streamlined process improvements. Click here to learn more or contact us today.