Save your seat for this upcoming webinar! The study startup process is multifaceted, cross-functional, and increasingly global, requiring numerous simultaneous activities across growing internal and external teams.
Title: Strategic Partnerships with Investigative Sites requires more than "new" Technology
The study startup process is multifaceted, cross-functional, and increasingly global, requiring numerous simultaneous activities across growing internal and external teams. A notorious bottleneck in starting trials, one of the causes of delays is inefficient collaboration between sponsors/CROs and key partners – namely investigative sites. Transforming study startup requires a paradigm shift from a customer-vendor model towards strategic partnerships – wherein sites are no longer treated as commodities – in which all parties work together seamlessly, from the beginning, toward mutual goals.
- Understand how sites can leverage study startup technology to improve communications and transparent operations with sponsors/CROs
- The importance of establishing a two-way dialogue - Have a voice in how technology is utilized and deployed by sponsors/CROs.
- Understand considerations for assessing the fit between sites and sponsors/CROs, and in particular how sites are rated in terms of performance
Tuesday, October 23
12 pm ET
9 am PT
Rob has been a computer scientist and programmer for over 30 years in the scientific programming, e-commerce, biotech, and health care industries. He implemented study startup and CTMS functionality at 9 bay area biotech companies and invented a method that allows medical and biotech organizations to use cloud-based analytics to monitor patient data. He holds a BS in Computer Engineering from Sacramento State University and a PhD in Biological and Biomedical Clinical Informatics from UCSF.
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