Learn about Covid-19 and its Origin

In order to know our terms to keep this deadly virus at bay, let us first have a brief about its origin. Coronaviruses as they are known are large groups of viruses causing illness in human beings as well as in animals. The outbreak of this Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) at first came into existence from a seafood market located in the Wuhan city in China’s Hubei Province in the middle of December, 2019. This virus was highly contagious and spread through more than 214 countries, their territories and areas worldwide in no time. This was then declared as a PHEIC (Public Health Emergency of International Concern) by WHO (World Health Organization) on January 30, 2020. Covid-19 was later declared as a pandemic on March 11, 2020 by WHO.

ClinicalHawk is Committed

The attack of this pandemic and its impact has not been hidden from all of us and we as a society have been lucky enough to survive its occurrence wherein a few others gave up their battles fighting for breath. It is rightly said, change is the only way of life. Due to Novel Coronavirus, came new changes in lifestyle wherein there rouse a need to rearrange workflows, find ways to assess patients and providing them the best possible aids within the comfort of their homes as the world saw lockdowns happening as precautionary measures to bring down the numbers. Patient Safety Standard norms were upheld and revised with compliance in mind. During such times, technology solutions proved to be a boon to mankind as these addressed these news challenges that our industry was facing. We provide our support in various types of clinical trials. We are here to help you walk through any technical challenges you might be facing in this industry and are committed to advancing clinical trial research (even during pandemic, globally).

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Navigating to a New Normal

It is always a challenge to bring change that helps come back to normal. Moving to a de-centralized model from a centralized system is the only option this pandemic left for mankind. We have been watching and listening to see how the industry would react, revise, and re-engage with the much-needed shift. All signs pointed towards decentralization as a proven option. We know that for some; moving to a decentralized clinical model can be daunting. That’s the reason, we are here to help! We are more than just a technical solutions provider company. Our expert consulting team is all geared to assist you walk through the transition with grace and offer guidance along the path.

ClinicalHawk and Covid-19

We all now know about the Covid-19 Pandemic and how it has been affecting the mankind. We at ClinicalHawk have been into this business of developing eClinical Technology Solutions since quite some time now and we have always been focused on our goal to make this world healthier through our contribution as a clinical trial technology solutions provider. We understand this responsibility towards the society and are adman to play our role the best in this direction. Clinical Trials and their Management Solutions that we develop, play a vital role to the launching, verification, tracking, reporting, etc. of any type of drug that comes into the market for public welfare. Meaningful and factful trials eventually provide better outcomes to cult such pandemics and that’s where our solutions come into picture in the process to combat such life-threatening diseases.


Our Covid-19 Safety Protocols

In accordance to the New Normal, ClinicalHawk team remains all set and ready towards the safety and security within our office Premises.
Our most precautionary common practices for Covid-19 safety and security include the following:

  • Maintaining a physical or social distance.
  • A regulatory quarantine as required is taken very seriously.
  • Well ventilation indoors and at workspaces.
  • Strict instructions on covering face when coughing or sneezing.
  • Washing Hands frequently and using a sanitizer is a must.
  • Hands washed or unwashed need to be kept away from face.
  • Entry into office premises prohibited without wearing a facemask.
  • In order to avoid multiple human interactions; finger print feature is deactivated and face recognition for Biometric attendance is activated to minimise any risk of virus circulation.