Leveraging BPM to Increase Efficiencies in Clinical Trial Case Management
Held on August 3, 2010 | Sponsored by: Pegasystems
Clinical Trial Case Management encompasses many complex processes. Business Process Management (BPM) suites have the ability to provide all the necessary components for automating those processes ranging from protocol development, investigator and patient enrollment to adverse event processing and reporting. These examples all involve multiple applications, people, rules and information whereby people collaborate and dynamically take action according to specific regulatory guidelines, studies and locales. Today, life sciences organizations are looking toward BPM to solve issues around control, visibility and compliance. Additionally, they are looking for the Holy Grail to “bridge the gap” between the myriad of systems in use today including CTMS, CDMS, safety systems, ERP systems and ECM systems.
Discover how life sciences organizations can use BPM to:
Automate difficult trial management processes
Solve issues around control, visibility and compliance
Integrate multiple systems in use today including CTMS, CDMS, safety systems, ERP systems and ECM systems
Connie Moore, Vice President and Research Director, Forrester
Maryanne Quinn, President, Integrated Submission Strategies, LLC
Melonie Warfel, Director, Industry Solutions - Life Sciences, Pegasystems Inc.
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