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Use of Clinical Endpoint Adjudication Committees Finding Increasing Favor with Regulators
Date:3/28/2011

BALA CYNWYD, Pa., March 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Applied Clinical Intelligence, LLC (ACI), an industry leader in clinical endpoint adjudication committees and independent data monitoring committees (www.icommittees.com), announces the opening of registration for a complimentary breakfast seminar in Cambridge, MA. The 90-minute seminar will focus on aligning independent expert committees with development goals.  This is a unique opportunity to learn practical advice about effective design and management of Clinical Endpoint Committees (CECs) and Endpoint Adjudication Committees (EACs).

"The regulatory pressure for independent adjudication of composite endpoints is escalating, and we want to make sure that those involved in drug, biotech, and device development understand the potential regulatory issues," said Dr. Jonathan Seltzer, MD, MBA, FACC, President and CEO of ACI.  Please join us for this unique learning opportunity.  For your convenience, the seminar is being offered on both April 5th and April 6th in Cambridge, MA from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. ACI will also host seminars in different regions over the next few months.  Registration details for this complimentary seminar are available at http://www.a-ci.com/index.php?id=62.

Topics will include:

  • Practical issues with adjudication of Composite Endpoints and MACE
  • Regulatory strategy for Clinical Endpoint Adjudication
  • Independent Expert Compensation and Sunshine Laws
  • Issues with Image Adjudication presented by Intrinsic Imaging (www.intrinsiccro.com)

Please also visit our iCommittees™ website for more information: www.icommittees.com.

About Applied Clinical Intelligence

ACI provides integrated and highly efficient risk reduction solutions for clinical research.  iCommittees™ is a comprehensive, independent expert committee solution offering management, regulatory-grade biostatistical support, automated processes and documentation expertise for Data Monitoring Committees (DSMBs) and EACs.  Founded in 2001, ACI is headquartered in the Philadelphia area and has deployed its automated solutions to hundreds of trials in over 50 countries.  For more information, please visit www.a-ci.com.

Contact:
Kelly Ryan
484-429-7200


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