Are You Ready for EHR eSource in Clinical Trials? Lessons From the Field

Life Sciences, Clinical Trials, Healthcare, Digital Health,
  • Friday, May 03, 2024 | 10am EDT (NA) / 3pm BST (UK) / 4pm CEST (EU-Central)
  • 60 min

In this webinar, the expert panel will present and discuss their real-world experiences in electronic health records (EHR) to electronic data capture (EDC) eSource integration in large-scale clinical trials.

The attendees will gain insights into the modalities and realities of eSource, its impact on trial speed and accuracy and how to assess and ensure site and stakeholder readiness.

This webinar will help attendees acquire knowledge and tools needed to embrace eSource integration with confidence. Specifically, they will gain insights into:

  • First-hand accounts of successful trials that have harnessed the power of eSource and learn how these lessons can be applied for improved trial outcomes
  • Navigating the complexities of site readiness with expert guidance on engaging stakeholders, streamlining processes and ensuring smooth implementation of eSource integration
  • Evaluating readiness across crucial aspects such as technology, skills and training, contracting and data and standards mapping
  • Transformative potential of scaling eSource adoption across diverse tech environments and global partnerships to shape the future of clinical research

Register for this webinar today to prepare for electronic health records to electronic data capture eSource integration in clinical trials. 


Dr. Michael Hogarth, UCSD

Dr. Michael Hogarth, MD, FACP, FACMI; Professor, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Dept of Medicine UC PI, California Integrated Vital Records System; Clinical Research Information Officer, UCSD

Dr. Michael Hogarth is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician and a faculty in Biomedical Informatics. He currently also serves as Chief Clinical Research Information Officer for UC San Diego Health. He is also engaged in several grant- and contract-funded activities. These include the California Electronic Death Registration System (California EDRS), the Maryland Death Registration System, the Athena Breast Health Network project (, the novel I-SPY2 adaptive breast cancer clinical trial, the pSCANNER clinical data research network (CDRN) and the California Precision Medicine Consortium (CaPMC). In 2015, he was elected to the American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI). Dr. Hogarth’s research interests include the development of next-generation public health information systems, terminology/ontology infrastructure in biomedical informatics and developing systems that support clinical research at the point of care.

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Adam Asare, Chief Data Officer, QuantumLeap Healthcare Collaborative

Adam Asare has over 15 years’ experience in academic and industry developing clinical and research information systems. As Quantum Leap Healthcare Collaborative’s Chief Data Officer and the Director of Information Technology for the UCSF Breast Care Clinic, he oversees efforts for process re-engineering and quality improvement of clinical trials, clinical care and research. His IT data management portfolio includes I-SPY COVID and I-SPY 2 TRIALs, the OneSource/eSource platform collaboration with the FDA, the Clinical Trials Matching platform and the Athena Breast Health Network platform.

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Cal Collins, OpenClinica

Cal Collins, Co-Founder and CEO, OpenClinica

Cal Collins co-founded OpenClinica with his colleague Ben Baumann in 2006. He co-led a collaboration with an OpenClinica client and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that won Bio-IT World’s 2022 Innovative Practice Awards for their work on the OneSource initiative integrating EHR and EDC systems. He has been active in standards development work for many years, including as a member of CDISC’s Operational Data Model V2 feature team and the HL7 Vulcan Advisory Council and Steering Committee.

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Who Should Attend?

This webinar will appeal to:

  • Clinical trial professionals seeking to elevate their trial processes and outcomes through innovative solutions
  • Healthcare and research professionals eager to bridge the gap between electronic health records data and clinical trial operations
  • Executives and decision-makers poised to lead their organizations to the forefront of clinical research excellence

What You Will Learn

Attendees will learn about:

  • Practical Lessons: Learn from real-world trials to understand the practical implications, benefits and challenges of eSource integration
  • Site Readiness: Master the complexities of navigating site readiness by effectively engaging stakeholders and streamlining processes
  • Evaluation Criteria: Discover essential criteria for evaluating readiness across technology, skills and training and data and standards mapping
  • Scaling Adoption: Explore how scaling eSource impacts trial efficiency and accuracy, positioning organizations at the forefront of clinical research excellence

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Since 2006, OpenClinica has been delivering innovative and practical solutions for clinical trials. We continue to push the envelope by automating source data acquisition and workflows through our cloud-based platform. OpenClinica offers a secure bridge between healthcare and research, earning the trust of the world’s foremost life science companies, academic institutions, and government entities. It has been utilized in over 15,000 studies involving more than three million patients worldwide.

We take pride in supporting thousands of small, midsize, and large research organizations across biotech, pharma, academia, medical device manufacturing, and contract research organizations.

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