BYOD is Here to Stay: Considerations for implementing a BYOD eCOA strategy

Webcast

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 11am EST In this webinar, IQVIA eCOA leaders Anthony Mikulaschek, Melissa Mooney and J.C. Wilson will explore how to implement a bring your own device (BYOD) strategy within your study, relevant BYOD regulatory considerations, and where the market is going from here. Specific points within this webinar include how the pandemic has furthered the adoption of BYOD, the benefits of BYOD, including reduced patient burden, reduced costs, and increased patient compliance, and how to develop a BYOD strategy and considerations to be made during planning and implementation.

Register free: http://www.appliedclinicaltrialsonline.com/act_w/BYOD_eCOA

Event overview:

As the global pandemic complicated centralized trials, sponsors had to shift to new strategies for remote patient data capture. Now more than ever, there has been an apparent shift in the industry to push forward the adoption of bring your own device (BYOD) technology as a viable strategy to capture electronic clinical outcomes assessments (eCOAs). Utilizing BYOD is becoming more widespread as we look to the future.

In this webinar, eCOA experts will explore how to implement a BYOD strategy, relevant BYOD regulatory considerations, and where the market is going from here. Specific points will include:

  • How the pandemic has furthered the adoption of BYOD as a practical means for capturing patient data in clinical trials
  • The benefits of BYOD including reduced patient burden, reduced costs, and increased patient compliance
  • How to develop a BYOD strategy and the considerations that need to be made while planning and implementing

3 Key take-aways

  1. What to look for in dynamic design and technology to enable BYOD
  2. What to consider when approaching regulatory agencies
  3. How to reduce patient burden through the use of BYOD

Speakers

Anthony Mikulaschek
Senior Director, eCOA Operations
IQVIA

As senior director of eCOA operations at IQVIA, Anthony Mikulaschek manages all operations, data management, quality management, training and eCOA project work associated with IQVIA eCOA. Anthony has extensive experience in validated system implementation, systems integration, business process reengineering, IT operations, and consulting. He has successfully led the development, delivery, and management of technology solutions for over 30 years including 26 years in the Pharmaceutical sector.

Melissa Mooney
Director, eCOA Sales Engineering, eCOA Technologies
IQVIA

Melissa Mooney has has over 17 years of experience in the development of eCOA solutions for use in clinical trials. Melissa’s area of expertise is eCOA solution design where she has supported clients and eCOA vendors in developing robust and usable eCOA software solutions that meet eCOA protocol requirements. She also brings a plethora of experience in eCOA requirement gathering, leading eCOA User Acceptance testing,eCOA data management, and BD support.

J.C. Wilson
eCOA Product Manager
IQVIA

As the product manager of IQVIA eCOA, J.C. Wilson leads a team that is responsible for the product delivery and execution of the IQVIA eCOA solution. With more than 20 years of industry experience, J.C. has successfully led a variety of product management initiatives within the healthcare industry. Prior to joining IQVIA in 2018, J.C. led product teams at Bioclinica and ICON. J.C. holds a Bachelor’s degree from Baldwin Wallace University and a Master’s degree from New York University.

Register free: http://www.appliedclinicaltrialsonline.com/act_w/BYOD_eCOA