We recently sat down with Mark Uehling, founder and editor at Clinpage to talk about Clinipace and how our focus has evolved since the last time we met with Mark. As all great journalist do, Mark listened more than he spoke. Several weeks later that interview was published in Clinpage with a very interesting title. Mark chose the word – Manifesto – which, in hindsight, is very appropriate. We certainly didn’t intend to make a publish declaration, but I guess that’s exactly what occurred during our interview.

Being different in an established industry has its challenges. Usually the “rules” are set by others (established firms), so folks expect to operate in a way to benefit those who set them. Clinipace is a bit different, in our approach and use of technology as our manifesto states.

Sometimes you have to get on the soapbox and declare yourself so folks hear you loud and clear.