The New Blueprint for Biometrics
Operationalizing Innovation & Automation throughout the Trial Lifecycle
As clinical leaders grapple with the challenges of data proliferation and decentralization, traditional data management and biometrics frameworks and approaches are no longer fit for purpose. To effectively maximize the value of data in this new era, it’s time to establish a new blueprint for clinical biometrics that emphasizes innovation, automation, and collaboration throughout the clinical trial lifecycle.
In this webinar, Katrina Rice, Chief Delivery Officer, will draw on her experiences leading the eClinical Solutions biometrics services team, and discuss how data leaders can operationalize this new blueprint. She will share her perspectives on the transformation drivers shaping the development landscape today, and how to grasp the opportunities of technology, automation, artificial intelligence, and risk-based approaches to accelerate cycle times and gain richer, real-time insights that are needed for successful trials.
What You Will Learn
- The key transformation drivers shaping the data landscape
- How to operationalize an innovation mindset across your organization
- The top areas of focus for process transformation in data management and biometrics
- The realizable cycle time gains from embracing change
Who Should Attend
- Biometrics professionals
- Clinical Data Management
- Clinical Operations
Katrina Rice is an accomplished Chief Delivery Officer with an impressive career that spans over 25 years and includes advancement into increasingly demanding leadership roles. With a solid history of leading business transformations and managing global portfolios, she is as much at home scaling operations as she is in developing strategies that drive revenue growth. At eClinical Solutions, Katrina was recently promoted from Executive Vice President of Professional Services to Chief Delivery Officer. She has previously held various technical roles at Lockheed Martin Energy Group and Bayer. Katrina holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science with Advanced Applications from the University of New Haven. In her free time, Katrina is an active participant of Chief, a private network for women in senior leadership roles, Treasurer in her church where she oversees all financial aspects and a Member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to public service with an emphasis on programs that assist the African American community.