Start Digitalizing, Stop Digitizing your Study Oversight
About: Digitization is simply changing from an analog to a digital form. Digitalization, on the contrary, means leveraging technology to revamp a clinical trial conduct model to invoke new value-producing capabilities.
Knowing which version of any important study document is in circulation is critical, but there is more that happens when you know who, when, and how many times a document has been read (or more importantly, not read!). Learn how real-time tracking of your documents, training, and essential study information can help monitor and resolve engagement issues, keep your study on track, and actually help you pilot and manage risk more proactively.
This webinar will help you better understand understand the real-world effects of the digitalization of study Oversight. Hear first-hand from Clinical Operations Leader John Silowsky the operational and organizational impact myClin had on studies he managed.
During this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Digitalize Study Oversight activities and automate the collection of Oversight evidence in real-time
- Stop coping with complexity and start simplifying document distribution and control
- Streamline training, staff onboarding, site activation and other key study activities
- Facilitate two-way communication among the study team
- Prepare now to be Inspection Ready
- Switch from a static, burdensome eTMF file repository to a collaborative, living TMF that is a single source of the truth for all study stakeholders
- Adam Wood, VP of Business Development, myClin
- John Silowsky, ClinOps Leader & Clinical Works Consultant
myClin is the leading Clinical Trial Knowledge Platform, offering a transformative collaboration channel and the most documented, data-driven clinical trial oversight.
The company's mission is to leverage technology to enhance participation, engagement, collaboration, and compliance in clinical trials.
The team of clinical research veterans that created myClin in 2008 brought deep experience delivering clinical operations services and building feature-rich eClinical systems. Since then, myClin has been used across all phases of research, in global bio-pharmaceutical and device studies with thousands of clinical users.
myClin is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, with offices in San Francisco, CA, and the UK.