Reporting vs. Analytics: Changing Your Clinical Research Paradigm Through Actionable Insights

Sponsored by: ERT

Stephen Badiali, Sales Engineer, Insights Cloud, ERT

Thursday - October 15, 2015 / OnDemand Recording
Free Event

Industry buzzwords like Big Data and Risk-based Monitoring are dominating industry forums, and clinical research organizations are exploring how they can leverage data analytics to change the paradigm of their clinical research processes. However, with study teams inundated with data listings and reports from the various portals and eClinical systems they are using, they find themselves with a flood of information that must be aggregated, reconciled, and analyzed before it can be acted upon.

Many organizations have implemented data visualization or report-building tools, only to find themselves back where they started – with a lot of information and little actionable intelligence. Reports require people to bring the necessary context to analyze and act on it, whereas analytics automate this analysis to extract insights that are “decision-ready” and related to your business processes. This means stakeholders have instant access to the information they need to take action, mitigate risk, and affect outcomes.

In this webinar, Stephen Badiali will provide an overview of how to differentiate and optimally leverage both “reporting” and “analytics” within your organization, how trial stakeholders differ in their approach to data analysis, and how ERT customers have used ERT Insights Cloud, and our expert scientific and consulting teams to integrate actionable insights into their clinical research processes.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Analytics & Reports: How to optimally leverage both
  • Metrics & Indicators: Measuring Risk and Performance
  • Outliers & Alerts: Data-Driven Action
  • Outcomes & Trends: Automating data analysis
  • Real-world Application: Use case demonstrations, ERT Insights Cloud™

About the Sponsors

ERT is the leading cloud platform solutions provider that captures quality efficacy and safety endpoints, harmonizes data from any clinical source system, and delivers real-time insights for optimum trial performance – innovating better health for over 40 years and tomorrow. ERT’s combination of technology, services, and consulting increases the accuracy and reliability of patient data and improves the efficiency of the clinical development process throughout the product lifecycle. ERT provides sponsors and CROs with the most widely deployed solutions in centralized Cardiac Safety, Respiratory, Suicide Risk Assessment, and Clinical Outcome Assessments (COAs including patient, clinician, and observer reported outcomes). ERT is a global organization with headquarters in Philadelphia, PA and offices throughout the U.S., U.K., Japan, and Germany.

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