Datacubed Health Launches eClinical Platform App in China, Ensuring Full Compliance and Accessibility

Datacubed Health and AppInChina Forge Strategic Partnership to Launch eClinical Platform in China

New York, New York, Sept. 26, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Datacubed Health, a leading global provider of innovative solutions for patient engagement and data collection in clinical trials, is excited to announce the official launch of its eClinical platform app in China. This milestone achievement represents a significant step forward for Datacubed Health’s commitment to expanding its presence in the Chinese market.

As part of this strategic move, Datacubed Health has joined forces with AppInChina, a renowned leader in Android App Store publication, ensuring seamless deployment of the eClinical platform app in official Android stores across China and the Apple App Store. This partnership guarantees accessibility to a wide range of devices and ecosystems.

Kyle Hogan, President of Datacubed Health, emphasized the importance of this collaboration: “Our partnership with AppInChina has been instrumental in ensuring the smooth launch of our eClinical platform app in China. This strategic alliance allows us to reach a broader audience while maintaining compliance with local regulations, which is essential for our growth in this market.”

In preparation for this momentous launch, Datacubed Health has established a legal entity within China and acquired all necessary commercial and legal licenses and certificates. These crucial steps are a testament to Datacubed Health’s commitment to providing secure and regulated services within the Chinese market.

Brett Kleger, CEO of Datacubed Health, stated, “Our investment in establishing a legal presence and obtaining the requisite licenses underscores our dedication to operating ethically and responsibly in China. We are focused on delivering cutting-edge solutions while adhering to local regulations and standards.”

Moreover, Datacubed Health has undertaken comprehensive efforts to ensure full software compliance with Chinese regulations. The eClinical platform app for China has been meticulously customized to align with local requirements and has undergone rigorous testing by local quality assurance teams. This meticulous approach ensures the seamless functioning of the platform while adhering to Chinese network security requirements and restrictions.

Datacubed Health has also bolstered its presence in China by establishing a fully compliant and fault-tolerant Software as a Service (SaaS) infrastructure. The Datacubed China solution is now hosted in AWS Beijing, ensuring data security and reliability for users in the region.

With these key developments in operational, legal, and software compliance, Datacubed Health is well-prepared to provide unmatched support to clinical research efforts in China. The launch of the eClinical platform app represents a significant stride in bridging the gap between global research initiatives and the Chinese healthcare landscape.

In the words of CEO Brett Kleger: “We are thrilled to introduce Datacubed Health’s eClinical platform app to the Chinese market. Our partnership with AppInChina, legal entity establishment, and rigorous compliance efforts demonstrate our dedication to providing world-class services to our Chinese users. We look forward to empowering clinical research initiatives in China with our cutting-edge solutions.”

To learn more, we invite you to join us at Booth #24 at the 11th Annual Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Southern California 2023 from September 26-27 in San Diego, California, or visit our website at

About Datacubed Health:

Datacubed Health is a pioneering eClinical technology company built from the ground up by industry veterans who wanted to create a better clinical trial experience for all stakeholders. Our solutions are all infused with neuroeconomic principles designed to be inclusive, drive compliance, and greatly improve retention. We strive to deliver the best experience for you and your patients through ease of use and flexible technology configurable to your needs. Our offerings include a Decentralized Trials Platform, eCOA/ePRO, Patient Engagement, eConsent, Medication Adherence, Televisits, and Geofencing. Learn more at

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Anaqua Builds on its Momentum in Japan with New Leadership, Clients, Solutions and Country HQ

Futoshi Saito Joins as President & General Manager, Japan

BOSTON, Sept. 26, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Anaqua, the leading global innovation and intellectual property (IP) management technology provider, today announced changes to its executive leadership team in Japan as the company continues its strong growth trajectory in the country. Futoshi Saito will join Anaqua Japan, effective October 10, 2023, as President & General Manager, responsible for driving Anaqua’s ongoing business development and delivering enhanced client solutions in Japan.

Saito-san has previously held leadership positions at LexisNexis as Managing Director, Japan and South Korea, and Thomson Reuters (now part of Clarivate) as head of the IP & Science business in Japan. Saito-san holds a bachelor’s degree in international studies from Dokkyo University and studied at the Graduate School of History at the State University of New York at Albany.

Anaqua also announced the opening of its new Japan headquarters in the TOKYO TORCH Tokiwabashi Tower, providing an expanded work space to support the company’s accelerated growth, which has seen further strengthening of the team and a 50% increase in new sales YTD . The move continues Anaqua Japan’s mission to invest in people, infrastructure and solutions in order to provide clients with the most comprehensive and effective IP management software and solutions in Japan. Other recent Anaqua investments in Japan include opening a second client datacenter on Microsoft Azure, hiring additional team members for the growing annuities and renewals business, and developing Japan-specific enhancements to the AQX IP management platform, both for the pharmaceutical market and trademark professionals.

“I am excited to join Anaqua, a company I have admired for many years over the course of my career in IP and legal technology,” said Saito. “I am honored to lead Anaqua Japan through its next stage of growth and to help our clients better protect and maximize value from their IP portfolios.”

Anaqua CEO Bob Romeo said: “We are delighted to have appointed Saito-san to lead Anaqua’s business in Japan. His extensive IP and technology experience will enable him to engage quickly with our business and the wider market, forming important relationships with our existing and future clients, and providing strong leadership for our team and our further business development. I am very proud of our operations in Japan and I am excited for what is yet to come.”

About Anaqua

Anaqua, Inc. is a premier provider of integrated intellectual property (IP) management technology solutions and services for corporations and law firms. Its IP management software solutions, AQX and PATTSY WAVE, both offer best practice workflows with big data analytics and tech-enabled services to create an intelligent environment designed to inform IP strategy, enable IP decision-making, and streamline IP operations, tailored to each segment’s need. Today, nearly half of the top 100 U.S. patent filers and global brands, as well as a growing number of law firms worldwide use Anaqua’s solutions. Over one million IP executives, attorneys, paralegals, administrators, and innovators use the platform for their IP management needs. The company’s global operations are headquartered in Boston, with offices across the U.S., Europe, and Asia Pacific. For additional information, please visit, or on LinkedIn.

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Fatah will hold its eighth general conference at the end of June 2017

The Fatah Revolutionary Council decided today, Tuesday, to hold the movement’s eighth general conference on December 17, 2023.

Tayseer Nasrallah, a member of the Revolutionary Council, said in statements to the official Voice of Palestine radio, “The Council is in permanent and ongoing session, to follow up on all the files it approved in its last session, in addition to following up on what is happening inside the Palestinian territories in terms of the ongoing crimes of the Israeli occupation and its settlers against the people of our Palestinian people.” .

He pointed out that the preparatory committee will hold its meeting next week with all its members to review all the preparations made by the subcommittees, and review all the reports that will come from these committees, in addition to another session that will be held for the Revolutionary Council on the sixteenth of next November to review the proceedings of the conference. The eighth of the Fatah Revolutionary Council on the seventeenth of next December.

Nasrallah said: The Fatah movement has great concern as a result of the ongoing shooting at the institutions of the Authority and the security services, and the shooting incidents and attacks on citizens or officials in Hebron municipalities, or other attacks.

He added: This is against the law, and it is what the Fatah movement seeks with all its capabilities in order to maintain order and for the law to prevail among the Palestinian people

Source: Maan News Agency

Tokyo: Tritium Remains below Detectable Level in Waters Off Fukushima

Japan’s Environment Ministry says tritium in seawater off the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant remains below the detectable level.

The ministry on Monday announced the results of its fifth weekly survey of water samples.

Ministry officials have been conducting the survey since Tokyo Electric Power Company started releasing treated and diluted water from the plant into the ocean on August 24, according to Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK World).

Samples in the latest survey were collected last Tuesday from 11 points off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, including a spot near the water discharge outlet and a location as far as about 50 kilometers away.

The ministry said the concentration of tritium at all the points was below the minimum detectable level of 10 becquerels per liter.

The tritium was also below the detectable level in the previous four surveys.

The ministry plans to continue monitoring tritium levels once a week for the time being.

On August 24, Japan started discharging the treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean despite opposition from the local fishing industry and China.

Tokyo affirmed that the water is safe as most radionuclides except tritium have been removed through a purification process, China urged Japan to stop discharging what it calls nuclear-contaminated water.

A powerful 8.9-magnitude earthquake hit Japan in March 11, unleashing massive tsunami waves that crashed into Japan’s eastern coast, resulting in widespread damage and destruction of infrastructure, oil stations and nuclear plants, including Fukushima and causing a nuclear leakage described as the worst since the Chernobyl reactor explosion disaster in 1986.

Source: Qatar News Agency

6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Sarangani Island in Philippines

An earthquake measuring 6 magnitude on the Richter scale struck Sarangani Island in the Philippines.

No casualties have been reported.

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said that the epicenter of the earthquake occurred 4.54 miles north of the Philippine capital, Manila, at a depth of 155 miles.

The Philippines experiences volcanic and seismic activity due to its location on the Pacific Ocean’s Ring of Fire.

Source: Qatar News Agency

Lebanese security forces arrest shooter at US embassy

The Lebanese Internal Security Forces (ISF) said they arrested the culprit in the shooting at the US Embassy in Beirut.

The suspect confessed to the crime during investigations and law-enforcers found the weapon he used in the shooting, according to an ISF statement posted to X website on Monday.

No casualties resulted from the shooting which took place in Awkar town, Metn district, north Beirut, on Wednesday, September 20.

Source: Kuwait News Agency

Today in Kuwait’s history Date: 26-Sep-23

1962 — Abdulaziz Hamada, one of Kuwait’s most prominent scholars and judges, passed away at the age of 68. The deceased proposed establishment of Awqaf Department in 1948.

1992 — Kuwait’s Amir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah signed a decree on establishing Center for Research and Studies to gather documents regarding Iraqi aggression.

1994 — Kuwait’s Amir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah signed a decree founding a Police Academy that granted a bachelor’s degree.

2012 – Kuwait’s Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah inaugurated Arab Open University’s headquarter.

2018 –Kuwait’s Airways signed a five-year contract to operate and develop T4 terminal by Korean Incheon Company.

2019– Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR) announced obtaining a patent on Nanotechnology in Hydrogen storage.

2022 — Kuwait University (KU) announced that the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) had chosen Surgeon Dr. Fawaz Al-Zu’bi as a judge in the committee evaluating international higher education research in oral and maxillofacial surgeries.

Source: Kuwait News Agency

Minister of Transport congratulates Revolution Leader and President Al-Mashat on anniversary of Prophet’s birthday

The Minister of Transport, Abdul-Wahab Yahya Al-Durrah, congratulated the Leader of the Revolution, Sayyed. Abdul-Malik Badr al-Din al-Houthi, and the Chairman of the Supreme Political Council, His Excellency Field Marshal Mahdi Muhammad al-Mashat, on the occasion of the Prophet’s birthday.

The Minister of Transport expressed his deepest congratulations and blessings to the Leader of the Revolution, the President and members of the Supreme Political Council, the Yemeni people and the Islamic nation on this immortal religious occasion.

He stressed that the celebration of our Yemeni people on the occasion of the honorable birth of the Prophet is a celebration of God’s grace, an appreciation of His grace, and thanks to Him for what He has bestowed upon all of humanity.

He said, “Our people will not be complacent, as they are steadfast, proud, alive, and strongly present in every place that calls for attendance, on the front lines, in the squares, and on occasions.”

Minister Al-Durra indicated that Yemen is entering a new phase that will determine its future in all areas of life through the expected radical change that embodies and strengthens the faith identity in general.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Public Prosecutor: 2,564 prisoners released on occasion of Prophet’s birthday anniversary

The Public Prosecutor, Judge Dr. Muhammad al-Dailami, confirmed on Tuesday the release of 2,564 prisoners in implementation of the directives of the Revolution Leader, Sayyed Abdulmalik bin Badr al-Din al-Houthi, on the occasion of the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday.

Judge Al-Dailami explained, during a celebratory event organized by the Automatic Issuance, Prisons and Narcotics Control Departments in Sana’a Governorate on the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday, that these prisoners were given the opportunity to be pardoned for the remaining periods of their prison sentences, in addition to addressing the problems of the special rights to others that some of them were sentenced for.

In a statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), the Public Prosecutor explained that those released on the occasion of the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday were 199 prisoners in the capital secretariat, 206 in Sana’a province, 133 in Hajjah, 123 in Bayda, 229 in Taiz, 158 in Hodeida, 322 in Mahweet, and 312 in Dhamar, 542 in Ibb, 295 in Sa’ada, and 45 prisoners in Jawf, Rayma and Marib provinces.

Judge Al-Dailami directed the heads of prosecution offices to continue field visits to prisons and to expedite the decision on cases, especially those involving prisoners, as they are urgent cases.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Technical Education confirms its support for revolutionary leadership

The Ministry of Technical Education and Vocational Training and all its institutions confirmed their support for the measures that will be taken by the revolution leader , Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, to bring about radical changes to correct the conditions of state institutions.

The Ministry confirmed in a statement, a copy of which was received by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), that it stands with the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council in implementing the stages and steps of the expected radical change and correcting the reality in state institutions.

The statement reiterated the Ministry and its institutions’ emphasis on continuing to confront the aggression, pushing back injustice against the Yemeni people, and striving to achieve the goals of liberating and saving the country and for the people to obtain their right to freedom and complete independence.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Public Health and Population Ministry has completed health arrangements in all areas celebrating Prophet’s birthday anniversary

Public Health and Population Ministry has completed health arrangements in all areas celebrating Prophet’s birthday anniversary .

He explained that medical personnel have been allocated to provide health services to the guests of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and his family and grant them peace, in hospitals, field camps and ambulances, as well as medical equipment at the main entrances and intersections of the roads leading to the squares.

Dr. Al-Marouni called on the guests of the Messenger of God coming to celebrate the anniversary of his birth, may God bless him and his family and grant them peace, to follow safety procedures, adhere to traffic rules, and avoid crowding and crowding, stressing concern for the health and safety of the millions of popular crowds coming to the celebration squares on this occasion, sensing the responsibility that falls on the health sector.

He pointed out the preparation of quality camps that include medical ,technical staff and crews from various specializations with all their requirements and supplies, in addition to ambulances with their crews in the squares and on the roads leading to them and highways between the provinces.

The Deputy Minister of Health also stressed the keenness to provide quality medical and ambulance services, including a highly efficient emergency and medical referral system to receive , treat severe illnesses and critical injuries that require medical interventions and intensive health care.

A report issued by the Ministry, of which Saba received a copy, stated that the number of medical camps allocated by the Ministry and its offices in the provinces in partnership with the private sector is 70 medical camps, including four thousand and 929 medical, technical, ambulance and supervisory staff, including 12 camps and 772 staff in the central celebration square in Al-Sabeen Square. Four medical camps and 334 staff at the Al-Thawra Sports Stadium designated for women in the capital, Sana’a, 54 camps and three thousand 823 staff for celebration arenas in the provinces.

The report explained that the Ministry and its executive offices in the provinces allocated 59 government hospitals and 230 private hospitals in the secretariat and the provinces, to receive and treat emergency cases, including five government hospitals and 82 private hospitals for the central celebrations in Al-Sabeen Square and the Revolution Stadium in the secretariat, and 84 government hospitals and 148 private hospitals in the provinces.

He pointed out that 106 ambulances and 564 ambulance staff were provided for all the squares, as well as 177 ambulances and 385 ambulance staff on the roads leading to the squares and highways outside the cities.

The report stated that 25 ambulances and 50 ambulance staff were provided for the central celebration square in Al-Sabeen Square, and 53 ambulances and 53 ambulance staff were provided on the roads leading to the central celebration square and highways, while 81 ambulances and 514 ambulance staff were allocated for the celebration squares in the provinces along with the Revolution Stadium square in Sana’a. In addition to 124 ambulances and 332 ambulance staff on the roads leading to the squares and highways.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Najjar, ICESCO director talk cultural cooperation

Minister of Culture, Haifa Najjar, and Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), Dr. Salim bin Mohammed Al Malik, discussed in Doha on Tuesday, ways to strengthen joint cooperation.

The two sides went over ways to enhance joint cultural exchange and cooperation in the cultural and Islamic heritage fields, as well as transferring expertise and knowledge in these areas, according to a Ministry of Culture statement.

The meeting came on the sidelines of Najjar’s participation in the 12th Conference of Ministers of Culture in the Islamic World, which concluded in Doha today.

Delivering a speech at the event, Najjar affirmed Jordan’s continued support to Arab issues and its keenness to carry out Hashemite custodianship over Jerusalem’s Islamic and Christian holy sites and preserve its history, its architectural heritage, and its sacred identity.

The conference, which was held under the theme: ‘Toward Renewing Cultural Action in the Islamic World,’ witnessed Jordan’s election as a member of the ICESCO’s Islamic World Heritage Committee.

Additionally , Najjar took part in a symposium entitled: “Impact of Islamic Civilization on Humanity.”

Source: Jordan News Agency