A Vendor-Neutral Solution for Managing Disparate Clinical Trial Data

Clinical Trials, Life Sciences, Medical Device, Medical Device Clinical Trials, Pharmaceutical,
  • March 01, 2018

It’s not uncommon for a clinical trial to have a dozen or more data sources. While data are the key to clinical development and commercial success, disorganized data introduce costly impacts and delays, putting the whole trial at risk. Critical decision-making depends on the efficient transformation of volumes of clinical data into business intelligence. This webinar discusses an efficient path to data management and clinical intelligence through a new integration service model.

In this webinar, expert speakers will show you how to:

  • Dismantle data silos. A flexible, configurable, cloud-based integration service optimizes your data for deeper understanding and smarter decision-making
  • Reduce risk and waste. The inevitable breaks in point-to-point integration are costly and create the opportunity for error. Direct integration streamlines your process to eliminate those breaks
  • Use every data source for the big-picture view. A platform with an operational data store gathers and reports on data in any format so you can fully harness the power of information
  • Get the insights you need. Customized dashboards and role-based reporting mean you can get granular or go big-picture. What you see is completely up to you


Shawn Blackburn, CEO, YPrime

As CEO, Shawn Blackburn provides strategic leadership and direction for YPrime. With a background in systems architecture and information management, Shawn has a built a reputation for helping companies discover insights about future opportunities by bringing together siloed information in a meaningful context to support strategic decision making.

Since co-founding YPrime in 2006, Shawn has led the company growth from a two-person consulting firm to a global organization that focuses on evolving technologies to help accelerate development timelines, simplify process complexity, and improve data quality across the clinical development continuum.

Prior to YPrime, Shawn had a long career as a technology consultant for Cephalon and Parexel. While at Cephalon, he was instrumental in the company’s development of applications to improve clinical trial workflow and provide deeper visibility into clinical trial performance.

Jaime Cook, Executive Vice President, YPrime

Jaime Cook is Executive Vice President of Consulting. In this role, he leads YPrime’s efforts to help biopharmaceutical companies gain full visibility into their clinical data for deeper insights and faster decision-making through information integration, management and system support.

Jaime brings extensive knowledge of clinical systems, cloud-based technology and programming languages. Since co-founding YPrime in 2006, Jaime has held a number of leadership roles, where he shaped the company’s business consulting and customer care functions.

Prior to YPrime, Jaime worked as a technical consultant and systems analyst for Cephalon, Merck and Perceptive Informatics. He began his career as a systems analyst at Dupont Pharmaceuticals (now part of Bristol-Myers Squibb).

Who Should Attend?

Managers/Directors/Vice Presidents of:

  • Clinical operations
  • Clinical informatics
  • R&D IS  
  • eClinical systems
  • Data management

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YPrime offers more than a decade of focused work with eclinical systems to expedite and improve the quality of patient management, clinical supplies, drug accountability and clinical data. Cloud-based interactive response technology (IRT) and electronic clinical outcome assessment (eCOA) platforms offer sponsors greater speed, precision and integration in clinical trial management.

Our data services and tools help sponsors bring together fragmented clinical research data into contextual information they can act on. YPrime’s technology and service offerings enable sponsors to move faster and more efficiently to their next development milestone.

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