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CluePoints Announces Locations for Risk-Based Monitoring Implementation Roadshows

By September 24, 2016August 11th, 2023No Comments

The CluePoints and OmniComm Risk-Based Monitoring Implementation Roadshow is Coming to a City Near You!

In response to the rising complexity and cost of clinical trials, the industry is shifting towards the adoption of Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) approaches.  RBM promises to improve both clinical trial efficiency and data quality.  A major challenge to implementing RBM is overcoming perceived complexity and determining roles and responsibilities for all stakeholders.

Explore a day-in-the-life of a team responsible for successfully planning and executing RBM, revealing how you can lead your organization’s RBM journey.

We will review with you the growing evidence in favour of risk-based monitoring, and how to take, what on the surface appears complicated, and make it simple.

Key Takeaways

  • Understand the benefits from an integrated EDC, Targeted SDV, and centralized analytics/KRIs
  • Learn best practices for RBM study planning and execution, and key pitfalls to avoid
  • Draw a clear line of sight between study risk assessment and operational KRIs and quality oversight methods
  • Capitalize on the best use of statistics in central data review
  • Differentiate between KRIs and data quality assessment

Dates & Locations

November, 29, 2016
08:30 AM -11:30 PM
Moltke’s Palace, Dronningens Tvaergade 2, 1302, Copenhagen, Denmark

November, 30, 2016
08:30 AM -12:00 PM
Intercontinental Paris Avenue Marceau, 64 Avenue Marceau, 75008, Paris, France

Patrick Hughes

Patrick holds a Marketing degree from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, and a post-graduate Marketing diploma in Business-to-Business Marketing Strategy from Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management, Chicago, Illinois. Responsible for leading global sales, product, marketing, operational and technical teams throughout his career, Patrick is a Senior Executive with over eighteen years international commercial experience within life sciences, healthcare and telecommunications. In the past, Patrick consulted on corporate and commercial strategy for various life sciences companies and was responsible for successfully positioning ClinPhone as the leading Clinical Technology Organization during his 10-year tenure with the company.