Data Management and Integration for the Future of Clinical Trials webcast
Posted Nov 06 2009 10:00pm
Upcoming Webcast:Data Management and Integration for the Future of Clinical Trials
Attend this interactive webcast presented by Applied Clinical Trials and Oracle Health Sciences featuring speaker Tom O’Leary, Senior Vice President, Data Management, ICON Clinical Research and Claire Castaings, Vice President Worldwide Director, Clinical Data Management Sanofi-Aventis. This session examines the use of the latest electronic data capture technology to efficiently integrate critical data sources.
Speakers: Tom O’Leary, Senior Vice President, Data Management, ICON Clinical Research Claire Castaings, Vice President Worldwide Director, Clinical Data Management, Sanofi-Aventis
Live webcast date and time: November 10, 2009 at 8:00 AM PT/11:00 AM EST
The integration of data from the various technologies employed in clinical trials continues to increase in complexity. The typical clinical trial today integrates data from IVR, EDC, ePRO & Laboratories, to name but a few. Achieving a seamless integration of data greatly improves the speed at which data is available, enhances the quality and consistency of that data, and reduces costs. The pharmaceutical industry continues to strive for this efficiency while reducing the cost of getting drugs to market. Outsourcing drug development to CRO’s using the latest technology platforms is a key strategy in this quest. This webcast will explore how a leading pharmaceutical company and ICON used the latest electronic data capture technology to efficiently integrate all critical data sources, ultimately enabling the continuous assessment of patient data.
In this webcast you will learn how to:
Have a deeper understanding of ways in which technologies can interface to integrate data
Understand how time savings were achieved in the provision of data to monitoring committees
Realize the benefits of working together where activities are outsourced and how the latest technologies can derive benefit