Optimizing Your Data Management Processes with Data Central
30-Minute Academy Webinar
As the volume, variety and velocity of clinical data continues to expand, data managers are spending more of their time managing external data sources, combining it with other data sources and visualizing data holistically to spot outliers and issues.
This elluminate Academy webinar will highlight some of the ways the eClinical Data Services team leverages the elluminate platform to effectively manage data and consistently achieve a continuously clean data flow and rapid time to DB Lock that outperforms industry benchmarks.
eClinical’s Vice President, Data Management, Diane LaCroix will share her insights and experiences including:
- How Data Managers use the elluminate Data Central Data Management Workbench
- Use cases that Data Central supports
- Reconcile Randomization Data
- Conduct Cross-Functional Oversight
- Improve DM/Medical Monitoring Collaboration
- Data Central Configuration Strategies for Success – recommendations for a phased implementation approach to configuring Data Central
Who Should Attend?
- Data Managers
- Clinical Programmers
- Medical Monitors
- R&D IT Professionals
- R&D Informatics Professionals
Diane Lacroix is a data management professional and leader with over 20 years in the pharmaceutical/CRO industry. As VP, Clinical Data Management at eClinical Solutions, Diane is responsible for leading the data management function including building effective process and implementation strategies to ensure that clients receive maximum value and quality from the elluminate driven data services that Diane’s team delivers. Diane’s career in data management has included numerous leadership roles both at service providers and on the sponsor side. She has worked on all aspects of global trials from study start-up through to database closure and submission leading and managing successful teams and projects to ensure high quality and on-time delivery of clinical data assets. Diane has deep expertise in the oncology and rare disease therapeutic areas and in data management technologies including EDC (Electronic Data Capture) systems and integration and analytics technology platform like elluminate.