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Decentralized Clinical Trials: Benefits of a Better Patient Experience

A Free CenterWatch Webinar | Sponsored by SoftServe

July
13

Tuesday, July 13, 2021 |  11:00 AM-12:00 PM EDT 

Location: Your office or conference room (no need to travel!)

 

Note: The time of this webinar in now 11:00 AM-12:00 PM EDT.

Decentralized trials are the future of clinical trials. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, clinical trial teams faced difficulties enrolling and engaging patients in trials that required frequent in-person interactions. After the global health crisis, the need for remote research solutions has only grown.

This free webinar will detail how you can avoid the costly consequences of delayed or ceased studies, improve the adoption of virtual operation models and streamline key trial strategies. SoftServe experts will provide a fundamental framework for setting up and scaling the digital technologies you need to successfully engage patients remotely and safely generate and protect participant data.

Free webinar takeaways:

  • The increased need for decentralized trials
    1. Understanding the growing necessity of decentralized trials
    2. Developing a digital trial strategy
    3. Expediting the move to decentralized trials
    4. Creating modern digital infrastructure

  • The benefits of decentralized trial options
    1. An enhanced enrollment process for remote patients
    2. Avenues to encourage better adherence to trial protocols
    3. Building a more engaging digital trial experience
    4. Providing better communication lines
    5. Decreasing dropout rates among participants
    6. Building trust with participants

  • Improved data and privacy
    1. Methods for accurate and secure data capture
    2. Ways to prioritize patient privacy

  • How to avoid costly consequences of unsuccessful trials
    1. Saving money through omnichannel digital recruitment

  • Ways to incorporate digital technology
    1. Using mobile, web, voice and chat tools in remote trials
    2. Setting up and scaling digital health technologies
    3. Developing better ways to monitor patient adherence
    4. Interacting and engaging with patients through remote technology

Remote clinical trials are about putting patients back at the center of the research process. Get the tools you need to create modern, digital-focused trials with this free webinar. Join us by registering today.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Pharmaceutical and biotech companies
  • Medical device clinical trial sponsors
  • Clinical researchers
  • Academic medical center teams
  • Research and development leadership
  • Clinical trial executives
  • Clinical research and development leadership
  • Compliance officers
  • Medical research executives
  • Global medical affairs staff
  • Portfolio management teams
  • Digital health and innovation leadership
  • Clinical strategy and innovation teams
  • Clinical technology staff
  • Global research and development operations teams
  • Data science leadership
  • Clinical science teams
  • Engineering staff
Meet Your PresenterS:

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Steve LoSardo

Vice President of Life Science Solutions and Consulting
SoftServe

Steve LoSardo is vice president of life science solutions and consulting at SoftServe. He is a dynamic leader and visionary with more than 25 years of experience providing information technology solutions to consumers, life science teams and healthcare companies. He focuses on working with clients to deliver innovative digital solutions based on web, mobile, voice, IoT, big data, AI/ML and cloud technologies in the pharma, biotech, medical device, provider and payer space.

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Mariya Boychuk
Senior Business Analyst for Healthcare Solutions
SoftServe

Mariya Boychuk is a senior business analyst for healthcare solutions at SoftServe with over 10 years of experience in the healthcare and life sciences domains. She works closely with partner companies to evaluate new business concepts, elicit requirements and manage risks.