Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 23, 2013
The recent FDA Guidance stresses that Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) is part of a high-quality study, and that upfront input into the study design is an optimal approach to achieving high quality results, which may increase both patient safety and overall data quality. Critical components for successful delivery include a well-designed protocol and the ability to leverage technology to monitor site and data quality.
Mr. Dan White, Vice President of Global Operations at Quintiles, will be joined by Dan Ballard, Senior Director of Data Quality, to explain the impact of the FDA Guidance on clinical development, how Data-driven Trial Execution can enhance patient safety and data integrity, and, by using technology with enhanced processes as part of an RBM approach, data quality can be improved.
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