Uxbridge, United Kingdom

Intelligent Data Flow: Better access to data for better patient experiences and health outcomes

                                                                                                                                                                                        

Summary:

On Monday, May 22nd we held our PhUSE Single Day Event at Amgen’s offices in Uxbridge, UK.  Our theme for the SDE was Intelligent Data Flow – better access to data for better patient experiences.  We had a fully booked registration with ~50 participants from across UK and mainland Europe.  The audience was fully engaged throughout the day as each of the presenters made specific effort to incorporate audience participation through debate, Q&A, and even small breakout sessions.  Our hosts at Amgen provided an excellent forum for networking, learning, and engaging and we all look forward to future opportunities to meet and discuss Intelligent Data Flow.

 

Presentations:

PhUSE Updates and Annual Conference – Jules van der Zalm, PhUSE

Introduction and Intelligent Dataflow – Matthew Harrington, Accenture

Let's Talk Patient Service – Jonathan Burr, Accenture

Metadata: Data Standards and Data Management – Jason Housley, GSK

Managing CDISC Standards to Enable End-to-End Automation – Dave Iberson-Hurst, Assero

Positioning Data and Evidence in the Wider Business – Peter Tormay, Capish International

 

Download the event brochure.

 

SDE Chairs:

Matthew Harrington

Jonathan Burr

 

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