Demystifying Decentralized Clinical Trials and Enabling Your Study for Success

Life Sciences, Clinical Trials,
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Decentralizing clinical trials is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ feature to reduce clinical trial times and improve participant engagement. The COVID-19 outbreak has shattered this illusion and placed the spotlight on the imperative to have better, faster access to new drugs, meaning clinical trials can no longer languish in a tedious, paper-based approach. According to the US National Library of Medicine’s site, there are over 55,000 clinical trials actively enrolling participants worldwide right now.

Join this educational webinar to learn how CROs and Pharma can fast track plans for decentralized clinical trials with the smart capabilities of the Internet of Things (IoT). With the enablement of IoT, participants are no longer required to appear in-person for physician visits, and valuable clinical data can be gathered remotely. This sounds very streamlined, but in fact over 76% of all IoT projects fail, resulting in further delays and the loss of countless dollars.

In this webinar, the presenter will explore the necessary requirements for decentralized clinical trials and identify the common pitfalls and how to avoid them. From supply chain management and device procurement to provisioning and enablement, discover how to make a study successful.


Bryan Lubel, Executive Vice President, IoT Managed Services, KORE

Bryan Lubel is the executive vice president of IoT-managed services at KORE, where he is responsible for IoT solution delivery. The KORE IoT-managed services team helps customers design, manage and scale IoT solutions. Prior to joining the KORE team, Lubel served as president of Integron for 12 years. Lubel previously served as President & CEO for a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox Corp. He has 30+ years of general management, sales, marketing and system design experience. He holds a BS in Management Information Systems from the State University of New York and has studied at Ohio State University and Laval University in Québec City, Canada.

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Rust Felix, Co-Founder & CEO,, Inc

Rust Felix, Co-Founder & CEO of, Inc., is the chief architect of Slope’s site-centric clinical supply chain management and automation SaaS platform. Slope’s solution addresses the lack of supply chain visibility in clinical research by connecting research sites, sponsors, and suppliers in a single software ecosystem. In addition to his Slope leadership, Rust has also led the following initiatives:

  • Rust has designed predictive supply chain forecasting algorithms for some of the largest e-commerce platforms on the planet.
  • In his previous career, Rust developed and sold mission-critical data center technology to tech giants, the military, and multiple intelligence organizations.
  • Rust holds a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in mathematical systems modeling.
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Who Should Attend?

This webinar will appeal to business leaders, directors, thought leaders, researchers, procurement leaders, etc. who are working across pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies, CROs, sites and e-clinical technology companies, relating to:

  • Medical Operations
  • Clinical Operations
  • Clinical Research & Development
  • Digital Health
  • Medical Affairs
  • Clinical Procurement

What You Will Learn

  • Identify the common mistakes companies make when trying to decentralize their clinical trials
  • Learn how to increase participant engagement & satisfaction
  • Managethe full spectrum of decentralized clinical trials from conception to completion with cost saving tactics
  • How selecting the right partner will speed your clinical trial and reduce expenditures

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KORE is a pioneer, leader and trusted advisor delivering transformative business performance. We empower organizations of all sizes to improve operational and business results by simplifying the complexity of IoT. Our acquisition of Integron, an Internet of Things (IoT) Managed Services company, has helped us significantly increase our footprint in the connected health, telehealth, life sciences and remote patient monitoring sectors of the healthcare industry. KORE manages the complexities of enterprise IoT solutions by offering a comprehensive set of services, technology and strong vendor relationships across the entire IoT landscape. Our combined managed IoT services and connectivity solutions portfolio enables our customers to deploy, manage and scale their IoT solutions quickly and easily. To learn more, visit

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