As the use of eClinical technology grows, regulatory agencies are increasing their expectations of trial sponsors to demonstrate oversight and active management of their Interactive Response Technology (IRT). Many organizations have struggled to find a balance between effectiveness and efficiency in this regard, as the “correct strategy” is subjective.
In this free webinar, learn the significance of User Acceptance Testing (UAT) as a part of vendor oversight, along with what you really need to know to leverage or improve your current practices. The featured speakers will not only discuss efficient methods that will ultimately help ease stress when achieving IRT milestones, but the benefits of maintaining an IRT that’s inspection-ready. All of which can be done while protecting patients and keeping sponsors and their suppliers aligned.
Bob Weney, Director, Technical Solutions, Almac Clinical Technologies
Bob Weney has 13 years of experience with various aspects of IRT system implementations in clinical trials, with seven of the thirteen being focused on testing practices and strategies. He is currently overseeing teams responsible for the development, testing and delivery of IRT systems.
Matt Lowrie, QA Manager, ASQ CQA, Quality Assurance, Almac Clinical Technologies
Matt Lowrie has 17 years of experience within the pharmaceutical industry and is responsible for regulatory compliance, inspections and risk management in his role. He has supported hundreds of regulatory inspections and continues to work with Almac’s clients on implementing best practices.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will appeal to individuals working in pharma, biotech and contract research organizations (CROs) with the following or related job titles:
- Study Leads/Managers
- Vendor Managers
- IRT Experts
- Medication/Supply Managers
- Systems Validation personnel
What You Will Learn
Attendees will gain insights into:
- The benefits of and maintaining an inspection-ready IRT
- How to ease your stress when achieving IRT milestones
- Sponsor oversight and the relationship to UAT
- Tips for performing an effective UAT
Almac Clinical Technologies: For over 20 years and more than 2,000 clinical trials, Almac Clinical Technologies have been at the forefront of innovation for technology-enabled solutions in the highly-regulated biopharmaceutical industry. Almac Clinical Technologies are the only IXRS® Interactive Response Technology software supplier who were successfully audited by the FDA.