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Take a Standards Health Check with Formedix at DIA 49th Annual Meeting
Date:6/7/2013

Burlington, MA (PRWEB) June 07, 2013

Formedix, the clinical trial automation software and consultancy services provider, which has an office in Massachusetts, will be exhibiting at Booth #1846 at the DIA 49th Annual Meeting 2013, on June 23-27, where this year’s theme is ‘Advancing Therapeutic Innovation and Regulatory Sciences.’ In keeping with this year’s conference topics of focus, Formedix is offering a complimentary comprehensive Standards Health Check to all attendees, looking at their end-to-end clinical trials and standards compliance.

In the past five years, there has been a significant rise in the number of new standards released - between 2007 and 2009, 22 new standards were released and this more than doubled between 2010 and 2012, with 45 new external standards coming from CDISC, TransCelerate and FDA, to name just a few. So it comes at a perfect time for the CDISC experts to offer this Standards Health Check to delegates at this event.

Formedix also recently launched a series of complimentary learning webinars focusing on data standards and the everyday issues affecting those within the clinical trial industry including Clinical Data Managers, Standards Directors and Biostatisticians. This year, topics covered have included ‘Four Secrets to Using CDISC’ (a partner webinar with Perceptive Informatics), ‘Discover Define-XML’ and ‘How to Utilize CDASH in Multi-vendor EDC systems.’

Formedix CEO Mark Wheeldon discusses these ever-changing standards saying, “Standards are essential for the sharing, flexibility and reuse of data. With data standards being released as often as they are today, it is essential for CROs, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies to keep up-to-date with re
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