Applied Clinical Services (ACS) draws on clinical strategic insights gained from more than 20 years of clinical and commercial experience in the different elements of the clinical evidence collection process including strategic clinical evidence planning, project design and management, site monitoring, and clinical evidence presentation. Through Annet Muetstege, ACS has built an extensive regulatory, clinical research, statistics, data-management, and reimbursement network.
ACS has developed a unique combination of expertise in all aspects of the clinical evidence collection process, because of her involvement in clinical evidence planning in discussion with in- and external stakeholders for alignment early in the market introduction process, in health economic outcomes, in feasibility and phase II-IV clinical studies, in large scale registries, and in physician sponsored clinical research studies. Clinical Research Projects concerned products in the area of dialysis, gynecology, oncology, urology, and vascular.
Experience in clinical evidence presentation has been gained by authoring several scientific publications, presenting clinical evidence at key meetings, training of sites, marketing & sales teams, and organizing satellite symposia at international conferences.
At AngioDynamics ACS developed clinical evidence strategies in discussion with in- and external stakeholders in the area of oncology and vascular, and worked with regulatory, marketing, and sales presenting clinical evidence to external parties, trained sites and sales teams, and organizing satellite symposia at congresses.
At AMS, ACS built a Europe based Field Clinical Research department, developed the strategic clinical direction for EMEA including physician initiated trials, and gained expertise in incontinence, erectile dysfunction, prolapse, and BPH.
At Medtronic SQDM, ACS headed the clinical department and was responsible for the clinical strategy in the product core team. Leading one of the product innovation teams experience was gained developing business cases for the new heart rhythm monitor.
At Vitatron, ACS was responsible for the strategy and implementation of postmarket research concerning large scale registries and physician initiated trials and built a department accordingly.
As a product manager for dialysers and bloodlines at Fresenius Medical Care Northern Europe, ACS gained knowledge and experience applying clinical research data in a business/ marketing setting, and training of sales and distributors.
As a researcher at the Obstetrics & Gynecology and subsequently the Nephrology Department, ACS gained experience in the basics of scientific research and authoring of scientific publications. Experience with clinical research was gained while working as a researcher at the Home Dialysis Center Northern Netherlands.