Webinar: Electronic Health Records (EHR) as eSource in Clinical Trials

Sponsored by: OmniComm Systems, Inc.

Focused on:

  • Clinical Trial
  • E H R

Date: 1 June

114

Time: 4PM London/11AM New York

Industry Developments, Standards, Challenges, and Implementation Options

The global clinical Trials Community is primed for extensive transformation, fueled by increased partnering and collaboration, the need to drive down costs, improve quality and safety, and the evolving regulations that support these changes.

This Webinar will discuss the evolving eClinical Operational and Technology improvements with particular focus on the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) as eSource for Clinical Trials. Ken Light, from OmniComm will discuss the various benefits derived from using Health Record as eSource, the challenges to implementation, and the industry and regulatory developments and roadmap.

Ken will also review various implementation alternatives, as well as review several case studies based on projects that OmniComm has run for its customers. Finally, Ken will review the changing role of Electronic Data Capture, and describe how EDC will become an amalgamator and distributor of data from many data sources to a wide variety of data consumers.

Anyone who is interested in leveraging technology to improve clinical trials operational effectiveness, data quality, project timelines, patient safety and project costs should attend this seminar. Those organizations that advocate business transformation and adoption of leading practices will be recognized within the industry as leaders in achieving eClinical Excellence.

Presented by

Ken Light,

EVP, Professional Services

Ken Light has spent over twenty five years delivering technology implementation, integration, process improvement, and business strategy services to the global Life Sciences community, focused on technology to support clinical research. For the past ten years, Ken has built and grown the Professional Services organization at OmniComm Systems, and oversees the New Jersey office.

Ken has worked with the majority of top twenty pharmaceutical manufacturers, along with many academic, research, and life sciences organizations. Ken is a subject matter expert and frequent presenter at industry conferences related to clinical trial technologies, standards, and strategy.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Understanding the Benefits and Challenges of Implementing eSource
  • Understand Industry Changes and Progress in eSource for Clinical Trials
  • Review Different Case Studies and Models for Sourcing Data from Electronic Health Records
  • Review the Changing Role of Electronic Data Capture (EDC)

Audience

  • Head of Clinical Data Management
  • Head of Clinical Innovation
  • Head of Clinical IT
  • Head of Clinical Research
  • Head of Clinical Systems
  • Head of Medical Affairs
  • Head of Clinical Operations