eClinical Forum

 

Next week, a team from Target Health will be attending the eClinical Forum. The eClinical Forum was formed in 2000 by Pharmaceutical industry representatives with a vision to create a non-commercial and informal environment in which to network with peers, share ideas and experiences, and to shape the future of the clinical research environment. The group today boasts an extensive membership of global companies from the biopharmaceutical and healthcare sectors and it covers research, technology and service provision.

 

The Forum provides access to:

 

An informal environment for exchanging information, ideas and best practices, providing members with the opportunity to learn and to avoid re-inventing the wheel.  Company membership allows unlimited access to monthly teleconfrerences, discussion forum, and special-interest groups. as well as access to 4 workshops/year.

A supportive group that is representative of the industry user community and that can work cooperatively with vendors and regulators.

Information from cross-industry surveys, building a better understanding of current eClinical research data status, needs and trends.

A virtual library on electronic clinical research data capture and management, and related initiatives.

A technology- and vendor-independent environment, stressing the importance of a structured approach to eClinical initiatives that manage the integration of technology, process and people.

An unparalleled opportunity to network with members within the eclinical arena in companies across the biopharmaceutical and global spectrum

 

For more information about Target Health contact Warren Pearlson (212-681-2100 ext. 104). For additional information about software tools for paperless clinical trials, please also feel free to contact Dr. Jules T. Mitchel or Ms. Joyce Hays. The Target Health software tools are designed to partner with both CROs and Sponsors. Please visit the Target Health Website at www.targethealth.com

 

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