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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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