The DIA Annual Meeting, Boston, MA (June 24-28), is the largest multidisciplinary event of its kind bringing together a global network of life sciences professionals.
The aim of DIA is to foster innovation that will lead to the development of safe and effective medical products and therapies for patients.
If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail. These words ring true when it comes to study startup, a notorious bottleneck in clinical trials. With research showing a continually stagnating timeframe for conducting clinical trials and a trend toward improving study performance, quality improvement is moving to center stage. With the availability of workflow-based study startup tools (Figure 1), proactive planning, process optimization and quality improvements with study startup—as measured by inspection-readiness and the likelihood of passing regulatory audits—are within reach.
See how you can accelerate your clinical trials—stop by for a personal demonstration (Booth 1933).
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Reserve your seat! The vendor community is invited to participate in a review and discussion at the launch of the TMF Reference Model Exchange Mechanism Standard, held in conjunction with the DIA Annual Meeting. Elvin Thalund, goBalto's Senior Director of Industry Strategy and co-chair of the TMF Reference Model Exchange Group will be presenting, "Bridging Regulatory Quality and Operational Efficiency with the Exchange Standard."
Co-chair of TMF Reference Model Exchange Group
"Previously, eClinical system integration was left to sponsors and CROs to figure out with multiple vendors. What the TMF exchange mechanism offers is a real opportunity for vendors to get together to proactively solve the integration needs of their customers."
Existing systems (CTMS, eTMF, Study/Investigator Portals, etc.) only support clinical trial functions in silos. The ability to bring together the collective institutional memory and the facilitation between systems and team members is critical, representing an unmet need. The challenges in integration of eClinical systems stems from the lack of standards, it's simply not enough to have APIs available.
The drinks are on us!
We look forward to seeing you. Please stop by:
Booth 1933 on Tuesday, June 24, 3 - 6 pm
and enjoy a FREE cocktail on us!
Visit our partner booth Informa Pharma Intelligence #1826 – Exhibit Hall A - Integrating Informa's Citeline solutions Trialtrove and Sitetrove with goBalto's award-winning Select.