COVID-19 has accelerated the adoption of decentralized trials, which often requires the remote capture of patient vital signs at specific time points. To do this efficiently and have instant access to the data, the direct transfer of data from remote measurement technologies to eClinical systems is required.
To show how this can be accomplished, representatives from Masimo, Adaptive Clinical Systems, and Bioclinica will demonstrate the direct connection capabilities established between the Masimo Signal Extraction Technology (SET™) and Bioclinica EDC via the Adaptive eClinical Bus®.
Register for this webinar to watch the demonstration using measurements from the Masimo Rad-97™ blood pressure measurement device as the example eSource.
Richard Murg, Global Vice President, Business Development, Bioclinica Software Solutions
Richard Murg is the Global Vice President of Business Development for the Software Solutions Division of Bioclinica. He is responsible for Sales and Marketing and very influential in the operations and development of the products and services. Richard started his career in finance as an analyst at Disney and eventually moved into software sales.
Richard came to Bioclinica in 2006 as the West Coast Account Executive. In 2016, he was named the Vice President of Sales Mid-Markets. By the time he left Bioclinica, he was responsible for more than $100M in sales. Richard was then tapped to be the Chief Revenue Officer at MedNet Solutions in 2017. He increased the company’s sales by 25% and led them to record bookings in 2018.
Richard returned to Bioclinica in 2019 to restore the company he loves. Richard is a West Point graduate, has earned an MBA and is a war veteran.
Sina Adibi, CEO and President, Adaptive Clinical Systems
Sina Adibi has over 25 years of experience in life sciences informatics. He is the founder of Adaptive-Clinical Systems, makers of the Adaptive eClinical Bus: A Simple, Validated, and Cost-Effective Solution for Clinical Data Integration. As Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Parexel, Inc., he was responsible for design and development of eClinical technologies, such as IRT, EDC, CTMS, and medical imaging. As CTO at Thomson-Reuters Scientific & Healthcare, he had responsibility for scientific, technical, medical information management systems, data capture and content enhancement systems.
Jennifer Jackson, Director for Connectivity, Masimo
Jennifer Jackson is currently the Director for Connectivity at Masimo Corporation. Previously she served in many leadership positions at leading academic medical centers in the United States and abroad, professional organizations, as well as industry. She is a certified Clinical Engineer, has a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Babson College. She is the previous chair of the Medical Device and Patient Safety Task Force of the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and is a past president of the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE). She has been recognized internationally for her work, including receiving the 2015 ACCE/HIMSS Excellence in Clinical Engineering and Information Technology Synergies Award as well as the ACCE 2015 Professional Achievement in Technology Award.
Jennifer’s key professional interests are medical device interoperability and integration, including the development of guidelines, governance, and support paradigms. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys yoga, traveling, cooking, speaking Italian and spending time with her young daughter and even-younger puppy.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is suitable for managers, leads and other relevant job titles in the following departments:
- Medical Directors
- VP/Director/Manager Clinical Operations
- Clinical Research Associates
- Clinical Study Managers
- Data Analysts/Managers
- Project Managers
What You Will Learn
In this webinar, participants will learn about:
- How the right technology enables capturing vital signs in home-based trials
- Considerations for integrating remote technologies with eClinical systems
- Various hardware/software combinations
Bioclinica, an ERT company, is an integrated clinical life science solutions provider, leveraging knowledge and insight to minimize risk and accelerate development in clinical trials. Through deep medical, scientific, and technology expertise, the company provides medical imaging and cardiac safety services, clinical endpoint adjudication, clinical trial software, and drug safety solutions. For more information, visit www.bioclinica.com.