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Role of Innovation and New Age Analytics in RBM Evolution

Hope you’ve had a great start to 2018 and best wishes for all innovative projects out there to solve the myriad of issues across the globe.

One tiny area we are looking to make a difference is in healthcare and clinical trial execution. Part of that effort includes engagement at industry events, one of which is detailed below. Would love to converse with you or hear your thoughts. Please share.

Track: Implementing Risk-Based Monitoring: SCOPE, February 13-14, 2018

Been an engaging experience at SCOPE these past few years. Looking forward to the 2018 exchange.

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Few areas we will focus on during our luncheon presentation:

  1. What problems are we looking to solve with innovation in RBM models?
  2. How do the new age analytics and advent of machine learning augment risk-based strategies?
  3. What results are we experiencing through implementation of statistical monitoring and analytics?

Welcome thoughts, ideas and conversations via this post or at Orlando, Florida.

Cheers.

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February 4, 2018 at 2:38 PM Leave a comment

Data 4 Decisions, Raleigh – Speaking on Analytics and RBM

The Data Difference: Risk Based Monitoring and Patient Safety | Tuesday, March 24 from 3:25 to 4:25.

Shall be speaking about the role of data and predictive analytics in Risk Based Monitoring and Subject safety. Glad to be joined by my Quintiles colleague Boyce Byerly.  

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Session objectives are set to provide attendees with insights into:

  • The overarching “data” strategy to lay the foundation for Risk Based Monitoring of clinical trials.
  • How ‘data-driven’ decisions enable the implementation of Risk Based Monitoring principles.
  • The significance of near real-time trigger management systems to effectively monitor clinical trial sites.
  • The role of centralized monitoring and data analytics in ensuring subject safety through data reviews.
  • The potential opportunity to explore advanced and predictive analytics in the space of clinical trial conduct.
  • Opportunities in analyzing and visualizing data to draw meaning from the many inputs.

More at: Conference web link

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