Utrecht, the Netherlands

10th October 2019

Data Processing Solutions and Integration

Description:

The 4th PHUSE SDE Netherlands focussed the attention on the unsung heroes of clinical research and healthcare: data processing solutions. This landscape has never been more turbulent than today; and the choice of solutions is greater than ever. This poses many questions: off-the-shelf or bespoke? All-in-one or smaller modules? Global vendor or local startup? Then there are the challenges that arise in integrating solutions for data streams, such as EDC, wearables, mobile technology, e-diaries and imaging devices, into a single computing environment, where they can be structured and analysed. Should we adopt new data analysis tools and if so, how do we combine these with existing packages technically and procedurally?

 

Presentations:

SCE Market Pulse 2019 – Alistair Dootson, d-wise

Advancing the Data Ecosystem in Clinical Research: From Roadmap to Reality – Annemarie Lutz & Dennis Menkveld, PW Consulting & Paul Vervuren, Danone Nutricia Research

Managing Program Development Life Cycles in SAS LSAF – Jean-Marc Ferran, Qualiance & Bjarke Klein, Ferring Pharmaceuticals

Data Conversion for Smaller Organisations: Mapping it Easy – Sofia Vale, OCS Life Sciences

SDTM-compliant Data: How to Get There Effectively – Regine de Gier, PRA Health Sciences

Embrace Real-world Data and Enhance Your Analytics Approaches with New SAS’ Open Platform – Stijn Rogiers & Mark Lambrecht, SAS Institute

Calling Java from SAS for PDF Processing – Rob Wartenhorst, GSK Vaccines

The Changing Landscape of Clinical Data Management Systems – Claudio Garutti, Oracle Health Sciences

Achieving the Holy Grail of Clinical Trials – the End-to-end Data Flow: Challenges and Opportunities – Pankaj Tyagi, Sycamore Informatics

 

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