Join this free webinar: Automatized Data QA and risk management are essential enablers of clinical research optimization and de-risking.
Get an update from Prof. Dr. Yvonne Ziegler on our collaborative pharma supply chain project 'Mytigate' in Bonn. The project involves the development of an innovative, web-based service that helps pharma supply chain companies with both the design of the transportation network and the monitoring of individual shipments.
Join this free webinar: In last May we've released MyRBQM® Portal V6.0. We look forward to welcoming you to MyRBQM Portal, your gateway to clinical success.
Join us at the Clinical Trial Risk and Performance Management Summit to explore how you can decide what to measure; establishing your data requirements; aggregating reliable data; designing easy to understand metric reports; and using metrics to identify areas of concern and conduct root cause analysis.
Spare yourself a fall-from-grace by so called 'data detectives'. Implement RBQM, better sooner than later, and detect problems prior to publication.
The workshop at Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University was to capture stakeholder input on the challenges, barriers, and enablers to implementation of RBM. The workshop also reviewed stakeholder experiences with RBM adoption and opportunities to improve the implementation [...]
Cyntegrity project partner in digitization of pharmaceutical logistics: Frankfurt UAS' research project ensures greater transparency and security in the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Predictive Analytics is seen as the next generation methodology: “growing across most therapy areas in the coming years”. Pharma companies and CROs that embrace next generation analytics will position themselves for immeasurable competitive edge in the industry.
¡Buenos DIAs! Blown away that so many folks visited our QTLs vs KRIs poster presentation! Here is the infographic in the event that you plan to do home-work.
We are pleased to announce that, on behalf of the DIA 2019 Annual Meeting Program Committee, our abstract titled: "Main Difference between Quality Tolerance Limits and Key Risk Indicators" has been accepted for a poster presentation at DIA 2019 in San Diego!