Preserving the Integrity and Quality of Captured Data through the Utilization of Innovative Technologies and EDC Systems while Effectively Managing Limited Resources and Oversight of Outsourced Clinical Data Management Team
Throughout the life science industry, executives responsible for clinical data management face a host of escalating challenges as regulatory authorities and internal stakeholders continually demand increased levels of data from clinical studies. As trials have evolved and taken on a role where they are exploring a wide variety of concerns, from regulatory clearance to reimbursement and economic support, the amount of data, and therefore the role of the clinical data manager have become increasingly complex. Adding to this challenge are clinical sites overburdened with multiple studies being conducted simultaneously, varied systems for data collection and entry as well as pressure from clinicians who want the data accessible as soon as possible. Within all of these challenges caused by varied stakeholders, clinical data managers are harnessing technology and new solutions in ways not seen previously, to enable their corporations to excel in research and development and to meet their scientific goals.
This two day conference will take place in Alexandra, Virginia on October 28-29, 2013. Innovative strategies and technologies used by forward thinking companies will be the cornerstone of this conference program, as presenters and audience members discuss methods for ensuring the integrity and quality of clinical data, the evaluation and selection of new technological systems, as well as strategies for ensuring data meets increasingly rigorous FDA requirements. Case studies will show hands on application of advanced technologies, allowing participants an opportunity to road-test the latest and greatest technologies available on the market.