Clinical Resource Management refers to the management of clinical trial resources, such as contract research organizations (CROs), investigative sites, supplies, patients, and clinical study staff. The tools utilized for clinical resource management simulate the trial protocol’s implications, estimate the consumption of resources to manage the utilization of resources, and improve effectiveness. It helps reduce costs and improve quality.
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The International Research Conference facilitates diverse scholarly events in its program, with variable durations based on presentation volumes. Renowned for its high quality, it offers exceptional value to students, academics, and industry researchers.
The International Conference on Telemedicine and Clinical Practices convenes leading academic scientists and researchers to exchange insights and research outcomes on Telemedicine and Clinical Practices. This premier interdisciplinary platform fosters discourse among researchers, practitioners, and educators, addressing recent innovations, trends, concerns, challenges, and solutions in the realms of Telemedicine and Clinical Practices.
The International Conference on Telemedicine and Clinical Practices (ICTCP) is scheduled to take place in Rome, Italy from October 09-10, 2023. As a federated organization, ICTCP aims to bring together a diverse range of scholarly events within the conference program, offering valuable opportunities for students, academics, and industry researchers. The conference serves as a platform for leading scientists, researchers, and scholars to exchange experiences and research findings in the field of Telemedicine and Clinical Practices. It also promotes interdisciplinary discussions on the latest innovations, trends, challenges, and solutions in these fields.
International Conference on Telemedicine and Clinical Practices will be held on October 09-10, 2023 in Tokyo, Japan. The International Research Conference unites diverse scholarly events within its program, offering valuable opportunities for students, academics, and industry researchers. The International Conference on Telemedicine and Clinical Practices brings together leading scientists, researchers, and scholars to share their experiences and findings in the field. This interdisciplinary platform facilitates discussions on recent innovations, trends, concerns, challenges, and solutions in Telemedicine and Clinical Practices, benefiting researchers, practitioners, and educators alike.
These past few years have marked the acceleration of the adoption of in silico techniques for more efficient and innovative clinical research. When embarking on a new R&D program, scientists face a strategic imperative to assemble the best and most relevant available data and insights. Jinkō, Novadiscovery’s in silico clinical trial simulation platform, has been designed to build and maintain a high-quality knowledge repository, allowing teams to seamlessly cooperate, both internally and with external thought leaders. During the first part of this webinar, featured speaker Dr. Friehs, will explain her role and how she uses jinkō with her fellows to extract, classify and qualify pieces of knowledge in a systematic, transparent and traceable manner, and use these in research reports and literature reviews. After that, featured speaker Frédéric (CPO of Novadiscovery) will showcase how this knowledge is then leveraged directly within jinkō to help lower cost and ethical constraints as well as achieve greater trial efficiency through the design and simulation of in silico trials. This will be illustrated with two practical use cases using Nova’s non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) disease model of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) mutated lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD). First, by exploring a large range of doses and then by testing eligibility criteria refinement and its impact on treatment effectiveness. Join this webinar to learn more about using a clinical trial simulation platform to generate auditable and reproducible digital evidence.
Join this webinar to learn more about using an in silico clinical trial simulation platform to generate auditable and reproducible digital evidence.
As healthcare spending continues to dramatically increase, employers are taking control in an effort to curtail costs while improving the overall health of their workforce. Also, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the primacy of health and wellbeing has never been more profound. Surveys have indicated that over one third of employers have implemented on-site employee clinics, while many others are in the process of either establishing their own clinics or are interested in creating one. Today, a health center can offer a full array of services spanning primary care and prevention to diagnostic testing, chronic condition management, pharmacy dispensing, physical therapy, lab work, wellness, etc.
The overall results have been positive, reflecting improved employee health and productivity, attraction and retention, as well as well being and satisfaction. Human resources, benefits and wellness leaders, as well as medical directors will discuss the value of on-site clinics as a successful strategy in controlling health care costs, enabling easy access to medical services, improving employee health, enhancing engagement in worksite programs and ultimately increasing employee productivity and loss of absenteeism. You will also learn the benefits associated with expanding the present services of current on-site health clinics, and practical solutions to operate a cost-effective healthcare program while providing quality healthcare and wellness programs.
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