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Increase System Interoperability and Implement Data Quality Processes to Optimize Trial Efficiency

March 29-30, 2016
  • Philadelphia, PA

CBI’s Clinical Systems and Technologies Congress offers the opportunity for clinical executives to gain insight into utilizing technology to enable efficient, cost-effective trials while maintaining data control. With a focus on process and data stewardship, attendees walk away with best practices to streamline trial execution through enabling technology at the sponsor/CRO, research site and patient level.

Key Benefits Include:

  • Establish internal requirements to accommodate system interoperability
  • Evaluate best practices for risk-based monitoring to prepare for auditing
  • Examine operational metrics and traditional KPI complications to understand how service quality performance data enhances their utility
  • Evaluate existing internal resources to manage trial data and learn how to validate the estimates against time tracking data
  • Analyze Roche’s unorthodox approach to technology development
  • Discover how to thrive in today’s pervasive outsourcing industry model
  • Establish how EHR data can be re-used for clinical trial planning
  • Identify how standardized, high assurance, digital identity credentials improve the clinical trial process

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

Technology knowledge sharing across the pharma industry is inspiring, energy providing and beneficial input to bring home.

Clinical Publisher, Novo Nordisk A/S

On the one hand it was good to see that all pharmas and CRO’s are currently undergoing the same changes, not being alone. One the other hand, I really benefited from the innovative thinking of many presenters and exhibitors which really broadened my mind and gave me lots of ideas for my daily work as well as great visions for the future.

Senior Project Leader, Boehringer Ingelheim

You gain insight into the state-of-the-art of clinical management systems at the highest level.

Head, Clinical Operations, Boehringer Ingelheim

Interesting to know what others are doing in the industry and be able to pace your organization within the top/acceptable range.

Associate Director, Global Head of CTMS, UCB

March 29-30, 2016 | Hilton at Penn’s Landing | Philadelphia, PA

Clinical Systems and Technologies Congress

Increase System Interoperability and Implement Data Quality Processes to Optimize Trial Efficiency

CBI’s Clinical Systems and Technologies Congress offers the opportunity for clinical executives to gain insight into utilizing technology to enable efficient, cost-effective trials while maintaining data control. With a focus on process and data stewardship, attendees walk away with best practices to streamline trial execution through enabling technology at the sponsor/CRO, research site and patient level.

Key Benefits Include:

  • Establish internal requirements to accommodate system interoperability
  • Evaluate best practices for risk-based monitoring to prepare for auditing
  • Examine operational metrics and traditional KPI complications to understand how service quality performance data enhances their utility
  • Evaluate existing internal resources to manage trial data and learn how to validate the estimates against time tracking data
  • Analyze Roche’s unorthodox approach to technology development
  • Discover how to thrive in today’s pervasive outsourcing industry model
  • Establish how EHR data can be re-used for clinical trial planning
  • Identify how standardized, high assurance, digital identity credentials improve the clinical trial process

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

Technology knowledge sharing across the pharma industry is inspiring, energy providing and beneficial input to bring home.

Clinical Publisher, Novo Nordisk A/S

On the one hand it was good to see that all pharmas and CRO’s are currently undergoing the same changes, not being alone. One the other hand, I really benefited from the innovative thinking of many presenters and exhibitors which really broadened my mind and gave me lots of ideas for my daily work as well as great visions for the future.

Senior Project Leader, Boehringer Ingelheim

You gain insight into the state-of-the-art of clinical management systems at the highest level.

Head, Clinical Operations, Boehringer Ingelheim

Interesting to know what others are doing in the industry and be able to pace your organization within the top/acceptable range.

Associate Director, Global Head of CTMS, UCB

March 29-30, 2016 | Hilton at Penn’s Landing | Philadelphia, PA