eSource Survey Results - How Sites Can Benefit From Paperless Clinical Trials, New Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

Learn how eSource is reshaping the time and cost efficiencies of modern clinical trials

Xtalks Life Science Webinars

As the clinical trials industry evolves, technology innovations have lagged. The same process of collecting source on paper and transcribing into EDC has lingered for decades. A survey conducted by SCRS, Clinical Ink and Center Watch revealed how eSource technology reduces site workload, decreases data errors and improves efficiencies.

The objective of this webinar is to discuss the survey and how eSource can be used to address the inefficiencies in site data collection, reduce redundant and administrative tasks, enable remote/centralized source data review and provide a better clinical trial experience for all stakeholders in the clinical trial. Featured speakers Clinical Ink’s CEO Ed Seguine and president and co-founder Doug Pierce will examine the survey findings and what this information means for sites today and the potential impact eSource can have on studies.

The live session takes place on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at 10 a.m. EDT (3 p.m. BST/UK). For more information about this complimentary event, visit eSource Survey Results – How Sites Can Benefit from Paperless Clinical Trials.


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