The North American Fetal Therapy Network (NAFTNet) and Trice are joining forces to make research faster, simpler and more cost efficient.
The cooperation between Trice and NAFTNet is centered around enabling its clinical research network consisting of 30 voluntary sites which study the natural history of fetal disease and develop therapeutic prenatal interventions to improve outcomes. Trice Imaging will provide the platform needed to enable the participating centers within the network to centrally aggregate, distribute and collaborate on research data seamlessly via the Tricefy™ cloud platform.
The Tricefy platform enables us to easily distribute anonymized data sets to all parties with no complex IT involvement and gather feedback leading us to rapidly move through the research process. Normally, the technical nuances add weeks to months of delay. A platform like Tricefy eliminates complexitiy around sharing of and collaborating on data across the organization” said Dr. Anthony Johnson, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pediatric Surgery, Co-Director of the Fetal Center at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital and ISUOG Outreach Chairperson.