Clinical trials have become extremely complex, as have clinical systems. Their integration becomes a priority to maintain consistency and to gain efficiency in data collection. Often, mid-size pharma and biotech companies believe that such integration might be beyond their reach in terms of budget.
IDDI, a biostatistics and data management CRO, and XClinical, a leading eClinical technology provider, will present during this webinar on the importance and the benefits of clinical systems integration and how they have combined their respective skills to produce a unique, fully integrated, and affordable platform.
As quite often the issue of integrating the data collected through each of these solutions remains a major point of frustration, the panelists will show how getting easier access to all clinical R&D data will improve reportability and ease the work for all users, including sites, sponsors, clinical research associates (CRAs), data managers (DM) and biostatisticians. Reliability, efficiency, and overall study performance become the direct benefits.
Special focus will be given to how the platform can be implemented covering the entire value chain of clinical development in a very cost-efficient way, addressing the specific needs of small and mid-sized pharma, biotech and medical device sponsors.
Register for this webinar to hear the experts from IDDI share their knowledge on clinical systems integration.
Ruby Harrell, Senior Lead Clinical Data Manager, IDDI
Ruby Harrell is a Senior Lead Clinical Data Manager at IDDI in Raleigh, NC, and has been in the clinical trials industry for 22 years. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education from East Carolina University.
She is currently working with an oncology sponsor across several trials within the IDDI team to facilitate a streamlined system integration between ID-net Randomization & Drug Supply with ID-base EDC “Marvin” platform. Her previous experience across large/mid-sized/small CROs and a software vendor of IXRS/EDC/Patient Diaries provides a perspective into how critical system integration is to the industry’s needs today.
Martina Markova, Customer Success Manager, XClinical GmbH
Martina Markova is a Project Data Manager at XClinical Munich. She holds a Master’s Degree in Medical Biology from the Technical University Munich and has been working in the clinical research area for the past 4 years.
In her job, she sets up study-specific processes in the XClinical EDC software “Marvin,” including eCRFs and reports with SQL. Additionally, she is taking care of XClinical current customers’ requirements as a Customer Success Manager, making sure all implementations and projects run smoothly and each customer is provided with appropriate solutions to their use case. Before joining XClinical, Martina was supporting the clinical project management at a mid-sized CRO. With her experience on both sides — customer and software vendor — she has developed a deep understanding for the industry’s trends and needs.
Who Should Attend?
- Operational Teams
- Data Managers
- Clinical Trial Professionals
What You Will Learn
- The importance and benefits of clinical systems integration
- The definitions of “system integrations” and the types of integrations
- The reasons why integration is a must for the quality and consistency of clinical trials data
- Best practices implementation of the integrated platform and how additional systems can be easily connected
- The technical solutions of system integration to create a seamless workflow across the clinical development value chain
International Drug Development Institute (IDDI) is an expert center in biostatistical and integrated eClinical services for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in several disease areas, including oncology and ophthalmology.
IDDI optimizes the clinical development of drugs, biologics and devices thanks to proven statistical expertise and operational excellence. Founded in 1991, IDDI has offices in Belgium, Boston (MA), Raleigh (NC) and San Francisco (CA).
XClinical offers an integrated suite of software products unified under the product name ‘Marvin’ which helps CROs, pharmaceutical and medical device corporations accelerate study setup and improve data quality.
Founded in 2002, XClinical is headquartered in Munich, Germany with a division in East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA and offices in Basel, Switzerland, Nantes, France, Kyiv, Ukraine and Tokyo, Japan. We recently increased our portfolio with Carenity and Fortress Medical to become a market-leading data science company powered by technology.