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The impact of risk-based monitoring on site performance

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September 16, 2015

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Executing clinical studies using risk-based Monitoring (RBM) methodologies is reducing risks in clinical development, while improving patient safety and study quality. Clinical trial site engagement is a critical component relating to a study’s performance and ultimately, its success.

Hear directly from a leading investigator site on how they are using RBM methods to optimize monitoring efforts, improve data cleaning efficiencies, and reduce study risks. Understand what factors impact study site performance and engagement and how more engaged sites are more responsive, resolving queries faster, enrolling more subjects and responding to monitoring requests.

You will hear recent results from numerous studies demonstrating improvements in Missing Pages, Data Entry time & accuracy, Query Response Times, Aged Queries, and higher overall satisfaction from Sites working with RBM methodologies.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how your Investigator Sites can improve overall site performance with higher efficiency and improved patient safety
  • Learn how Site engagement is improved, enabling higher patient engagement by Sites
  • New capabilities being used in risk-based monitoring study execution

Key Messages to be delivered:

  • Sponsors can reduce risk and execute RBM studies with confidence by partnering with Quintiles
  • Investigator Sites, using RBM processes, can improve patient safety and site performance with Quintiles’ RBM approach
  • Improved Site efficiencies are being realized today, enabling higher levels of patient engagement from Site resources