Working with standards produces numerous benefits yet few organizations maintain them successfully over time. Regardless of what type of standards you develop within your organization, from operational and process-oriented to system integrations and clinical data standards, the same best practices can be applied to ensure success. This success is not determined by the size of the organization, but rather the ability to create, implement and most importantly, uphold them.

This webinar provides best practices, check-lists and case studies for leveraging standards in clinical trials. From creation and implementation, to governance tools (both internal and with external partners), attendees walk away with actionable insights to leverage with their own organization.

  • Understand what to standardize
  • Learn several approaches to standards development and when they make sense
  • Ensure alignment with key stakeholders
  • Maintain and govern standards over time
  • Reduce overall configuration time

Featured Speakers

Carla Reis

Director of Client Services
4G Clinical

Carla Reis, Director of Client Services at 4G Clinical, has over 18 years of experience as an operational leader in developing and implementing RTSM systems in a global pharmaceutical company. Carla was a leader in her organization in establishing vendor management standards and processes, and she has helped lead major RTSM process improvement initiatives across organizations.

Hugo Cervantes

Vice President, Vault CDMS
Veeva Systems

Hugo is responsible for Vault EDC strategy, market adoption, and customer engagement. He has spent the last 15 years in management consulting and professional services, helping biopharmaceutical R&D organizations increase their productivity, innovate, and grow. Prior to Veeva, Hugo was senior director, corporate strategy at QuintilesIMS and held senior management roles at Deloitte and Accenture. His earlier career was spent implementing across biopharma EDC for Phase Forward.

Date:  Tuesday, November 17, 2020
Time:  11am ET / 8am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

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