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Invivodata average salary is $41,912, median salary is $41,912 with a salary range from $41,912 to $41,912.
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Accounts Manager 41,912-41,912 Cumming, GA, 30028 2010 Invivodata Accounts Manager Salaries (2)
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  • Invivodata
  • Industry: Information Services
  • City: Pittsburgh, PA
  • invivodata combines behavioral science, information technology and clinical expertise to capture clinical trial data of the highest integrity directly from patients. invivodata's electronic patient self-report system delivers high-quality patient self-reported data by driving patient compliance with the protocol and eliminating recall biases that plague self-report studies. The invivodata solution also provides real-time access to study data, giving researchers and sponsors visibility into study progress and improving trial efficiencies. The invivodata eDiary has been used in more than 60 trials involving tens of thousands of patients. It has also collected more than 5,000,000 patient-initiated records, far more than any other