Uncover excellence in risk based site monitoring
introduction to the topic
With rHorizon – HCL’s Risk Based Monitoring Approach
Over the last decade, pharmaceutical industry has experienced a steep decline in R&D productivity. Even though the R&D spend has tripled, the number of new drugs approved by FDA have reduced to 30%, thus increasing the pressure on pharmaceutical industry to bring in efficiencies in every process. Site monitoring constitutes 45% of the annual Clinical Trials expenditure in the R&D spend for a typical Pharma and optimization of clinical trial site monitoring is high on sponsors’ agenda.
HCL’s rHorizon is a comprehensive Risk Based Site Monitoring solution for optimization of site monitoring. It is a flexible and risk balanced approach to optimize site monitoring by eliminating inefficient practices in clinical trial conduct thus allowing onsite CRAs to focus on more strategic tasks. It is an analytics driven unified solution that calibrates the intensity and frequency of monitoring visits based on site performance.
Join Alan Louie - Research Director, Clinical Development, Strategy and Technology at IDC and Sunil Agarwal - Senior Director, R&D Transformation at HCL America Inc. to get practical insights on how to get Unlimited excellence in trial conduct with innovative approach to risk based site monitoring through analytical engines, centralized monitoriing, targeted SDV and iPad enabled mobile dashboards.
Key takeaways from the webinar :
- How Risk based site monitoring benefits the Pharmaceutical Industry
- How HCL’s rHorizon can help achieve significant savings in the monitoring costs, maintaining the regulatory compliance.
- How to effectively plan and execute risk-based monitoring with alternate approaches and specialized tools.
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About the speakers
Research Director, Clinical Development, Strategy and Technology, IDC
Senior Sales Director, Life Sciences and Healthcare Practice