New Hope, PA, March 08, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- CRO Analytics, the leading provider of validated clinical trial performance data announced the agenda for its upcoming half-day seminar “Assessing and Improving Clinical Trial Performance,” taking place on March 20 in Mercerville, NJ.
The seminar is intended for those seeking scientifically-validated solutions for measuring and improving clinical trial performance. Industry experts will discuss choosing scientific performance measures, as well as the top practices behind generating scientific measures of clinical trial quality that can be used to assess performance and guide quality investments.
“Trial performance problems and the lack of scientific quality measurement contributes to the clinical trial industry’s struggle to address problems like cost overruns and adherence to timelines,” said Peter Malamis, CEO of CRO Analytics. “The goal of the seminar is provide insight and guidance on how clinical trial quality can be improved through scientific quality measurement.”
The seminar will be led by Dr. Michael Howley, Clinical Professor, LeBow School of Business at Drexel University, and Nancy Santanello, MD, MS, former Merck VP of Epidemiology.
The agenda is as follows:
9:00am Welcome and Introductions
9:10am Why Proper Measurement of Clinical Trials Matters
9:20am Scientific Performance Measurements
9:30am The Four-Step Process to Measuring Clinical Trial Quality
10:50am Including and Measuring Patient-Centricity in Clinical Research
11:20am The Change Management Challenge
11:40am Wide-Ranging Value of Quality Measurements
12:00pm Lunch and Conclusion
Those interested in attending the seminar on March 20, 2015 at the Robert Wood Johnson Conference Center in Mercerville, NJ should register for tickets by March 12 at http://bit.ly/CROAnalyticsSemiar .
About CRO Analytics
CRO Analytics provides the only validated performance data collection system for clinical trials, providing straightforward access to reliable benchmarking, key performance drivers and predictive analytics in an intuitive format - making clinical research better, faster and less expensive. To learn more, please visit croanalytics.com.