Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 11am EDT The right technology integrations can simplify sponsor and site effort while improving the ability to make decisions during clinical studies. Learn how one vendor/sponsor collaboration produced an IRT eCOA integration that improved data quality and usability, drove new efficiencies for sites and sponsors while optimizing study delivery, management and change management.
Clinical studies are becoming increasingly complex and data driven. Industry partners continue to ask technology vendors for improvements in the useful application of data, reduction of burden for sites, as well as improved change management processes for technology platforms. Learn how one sponsor/vendor collaboration solved these challenges through solution integration.
Case Study: Building integrations that reduce site and sponsor burden and improve the patient journey
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Today, sites are asking more from Sponsors and technology partners when it comes to offloading technology burden. Sites are frequently faced with multiple technology solutions during a single trial – requiring multiple logins, multiple trainings and the same data logged multiple times. This puts increased burden on sites, jeopardizes data quality and reduces clinician time spent with patients. Learn how one vendor and Sponsor collaborated to build an IRT eCOA integration that automated tasks, resolved redundant data entry, improved avenues for study communication, leaving more time for sites to spend with patients.
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Vice President, Business Head Cenduit IRT
Kevin has over 24+ years of experience in the IRT/ RTSM industry, having worked across many technical and project management leadership roles. Experienced with developing and leading global teams delivering managed services spanning Operations, Project Management, Client Partnerships and Business Transformation. Kevin is passionate about improving healthcare and utilizing technology that makes a real difference to patients’ lives.
Kevin holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Computer Science from Hertfordshire University in the UK.