Powering an Effective Oversight Strategy with Clinical and Operational Insights
A Free CenterWatch Webinar | Sponsored by eClinical Solutions
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 | 11:00 AM-12:00 PM EDT
Location: Your office or conference room (no need to travel!)
Clinical trial data dragging you down?
You can use it to your advantage for better insights, compliance and outcomes with this free webinar.
The volume, variety and velocity of data has never been greater, with the number of unique data sources now averaging 10 per clinical trial.
If you’re among the 75% of clinical teams still spending time in SAS and Excel to integrate data across sources and delivering analysis and insights to downstream teams, this webinar is for you. With ICH E6 R2 and impending R3 prescribing a more comprehensive approach to the oversight of clinical trials, risk-based strategies and reliable operational and clinical analytics is critical to trial success.
Jason Gubb, global clinical operations consultant and co-founder of EmergentTeams, and Sheila Rocchio, chief marketing officer of eClinical Solutions, will share how a single source of truth can power a more comprehensive oversight strategy.
They will show that by automating data from numerous sources from the start, you can make it available for consumption by clinical teams for better decisionmaking. And ensure your teams collaborate more effectively to make certain of data quality, participant safety and operational excellence.
Using specific case examples, they’ll discuss how a single source of truth can power a more comprehensive oversight strategy with faster and more reliable insights to deliver value and improve experiences for cross-functional teams running trials.
- The role comprehensive analytics plays in establishing an effective oversight to meet referenced regulatory requirements and diversity and inclusion goals, including proposed legislation such as the Diverse and Equitable Participation in Clinical Trials (DEPICT) Act
- How clinical teams will benefit from a centralized clinical data platform that contains both clinical and operational data from numerous sources, including decentralized clinical trial (DCT) systems
- What types of insights are most important for trial oversight
- Case studies illustrating how analytics that power oversight deliver ROI and enhanced collaboration
Don’t let your clinical trial data run you. This free webinar will show you how to use it to your advantage. Join us by registering today.
Who Will Benefit:
- Clinical operations professionals
- Clinical trial managers
- Clinical development professionals
- Clinical informatics professionals
Meet Your PresenterS:
Global Clinical Operations Consultant and Co-founder
Jason Gubb has more than 25 years of experience in global clinical operations strategy and leadership. He has an applied knowledge of leveraging internal and external data, analytics, digital technology and collaborative partnerships to create actionable insights for study teams. Mr. Gubb works with startups, pharma, vendors and contract research organizations (CROs) to develop innovative approaches to optimize protocol designs, modernize clinical trial conduct and accelerate trial delivery.
Chief Marketing Officer
Sheila Rocchio has more than 20 years of experience in the design, development, implementation and commercialization of clinical development technology systems used to modernize clinical development. At eClinical, she leads the Marketing & Technical Communications and Education Services teams and is responsible for aligning market, buyer and user needs with product and services capabilities and value. Prior to joining eClinical in 2017, Ms. Rocchio led the marketing and product functions at PHT (acquired by Clario/ERT) for 15 years, helping to build adoption and awareness for patient-focused outcomes and technology in clinical development.
Within his current role as Product Manager at eClinical Solutions, Jason Konn oversees key product development on the elluminate Clinical Cloud. He finds that it’s an exciting time to be helping pharma companies achieve their data strategies and feels fortunate to be working with an industry leading platform. Prior to his current role, Mr. Konn worked for several companies within the clinical trials space. His experience ranges from building an automated workforce, leading Agile development teams, establishing global laboratory processes, to driving company-wide process improvement projects.