REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Comprehend’s Vice President and Clinical Analytics Evangelist Ben McGraw will present at the eSource Data in Clinical Investigations Conference later this month. McGraw will examine the challenges associated with outsourcing trials to CROs, specifically when it comes to clinical data ownership and accuracy.
Data in Clinical Investigations
August 20-21, Philadelphia, PA
Presentation: “Utilize eSource to Aggregate Data from Sponsors and CROs to Generate Actionable Analytics”
Wednesday, August 20, 2:30 pm ET
McGraw will share insights on how on-demand, virtual data warehouses can enable clinical, operational and safety data to be collected from various sources so that it can be readily utilized to generate actionable analytics. He will also discuss:
- Data challenges when outsourcing trials to CROs;
- Capturing data from multiple EDC, ePRO and EHR systems;
- Potential of actionable analytics as data is captured and aggregated.
“The challenge for sponsors today is that many CROs are still using disconnected trial management systems, which are not only inefficient and costly, but also essentially holding clinical data hostage,” said McGraw. “CROs are going to need to implement strategies that make data easily available via the cloud, so that sponsors can better access and analyze data to improve productivity and reduce costs.”
About Comprehend Systems, Inc.
Comprehend Systems, Inc. (www.comprehend.com) offers cloud-based clinical data insights tools that improve the way clinical researchers access, understand, explore and analyze data. Designed specifically for life sciences, Comprehend Clinical™ enables data managers, monitors and clinical operations executives to identify broad operational and clinical trends across trials and also easily drill down and report on a wide range of factors, including safety issues, regulatory requirements and opportunities for critical time and cost savings. Comprehend Systems was founded in 2010 in Palo Alto by a team of entrepreneurs with decades of combined experience in clinical research and software development.