Technology has become widely accepted in the clinical research industry as a tool to streamline data collection and management. The use of EDC and other technology solutions to optimize the collection of and management of data is now widely accepted as the norm. Although the clinical research industry has progressed greatly from paper-based data collection, opportunities remain to truly optimize the implementation of technology and realize efficiencies when managing data in clinical research. The next step? Electronic source data collection, or eSource.
In this webinar, we will begin by clearly defining eSource and consider its potential benefits. We will then review the most recent regulations on Electronic Source Data in Clinical Investigations, which encourages a holistic and efficient process. The guidelines will be reviewed to ensure attendees have an understanding of this very important set of requirements. We will conclude the webinar with a practical application of eSource data collection, reviewing the potential changes to the process requirements of the clinical research team. This comprehensive review will assist in uncovering time and cost saving possibilities across the entire life cycle of the research.
We will discuss some of the benefits of using an eSource approach, including:
- Eliminate double entry of data
- Reduce the need for data queries
- Eliminate Source Data Verification
- Optimize monitoring time
Dr. Bill Gluck, Vice President Clinical Knowledge, DATATRAK
Dr. Gluck has over 30 years of expertise in clinical research, with experience in sponsors, CROs, and with DATATRAK in a variety of roles. Dr. Gluck is also the Program Director for the Clinical Trials Research and Medical Product Safety/Pharmacoviligance programs at Durham Technical Community College. Dr. Gluck earned his Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of Scranton and Master and Ph.D. degrees from North Dakota State University.
Tim Lyons, Vice President, Product Development and Operations, DATATRAK
Tim oversees the strategic direction of product development and the operations of the organization to deliver an exceptional user experience. Tim has held a variety of leadership positions at DATATRAK, including roles in Software Development, Product Management and Clinical Project Management services. Prior to joining DATATRAK, Tim worked with Pharm-Olam, a global Contract Research Organization (CRO), and IntraVantage Medical Devices. Tim earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Minnesota.
Who Should Attend?
CROs, Pharma, Devices, Biotech: Director and Sr. Director of Clin Ops, Operations, and anyone who is a decision maker in selecting eClinical solutions
DATATRAK International is an industry-leading provider of eClinical solutions and services. The DATATRAK ONE® Unified Experience™ platform removes complexities, delivering improved data quality, greater patient safety, and time and cost savings. With transformational tools that provide instant access to custom reporting across trials, get the information you need to make informed decisions faster.