The promise we make to patients and participants (and funders) is that the relationship creates a bidirectional iterative feedback loop that accelerates discoveries in diagnostics and treatment (and lowers research recruitment costs).

However, the reality for most centers is that true integration is never achieved; at best there is informal information sharing around recruitment and emerging tools. In this webinar we provide concrete steps for achieving true integration and data reuse.

What You'll Learn

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Patient characterization sharing

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Governance mismatches

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Concrete steps for achieving true integration and data reuse

 

ORIGINAL PRESENTATION DATE: May 11, 2016
LENGTH:  1 hour

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Key Information

The promise we make to patients and participants (and funders) is that the relationship creates a bidirectional iterative feedback loop that accelerates discoveries in diagnostics and treatment (and lowers research recruitment costs). 

However, the reality for most centers is that true integration is never achieved; at best, there is informal information sharing around recruitment and emerging tools. In this webinar, we provide concrete steps for achieving true integration and data reuse.

About the Speakers

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Leon Rozenblit, JD, PhD, Founder & CEO

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Frank Farach, PhD, Director of Program Management

"Very helpful information provided to better understand the issues and solutions."

- Wendy T., Clinical Trials Specialist

"Very succinct and informative presentation. Good use of examples including pros and cons."

- Laura B., Clinical Informatics

"Great info. Liked the layout of the information presented. It was easy to follow and understand."

- Anita P., Senior Research Coordinator