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ta-Scan’s Presentation at SCOPE 2016

Last month, 1,200 clinical operations executives gathered at SCOPE in Miami to hear the latest thinking on clinical operations optimization and emerging technologies.

MDCPartners’ ta-Scan team was there too and presented on the Global Site Selection, Feasibility Assessment and Site Management track. You can download David Cocker’s presentation on Advanced Feasibility Modelling here.

Missed SCOPE 2016? Meet MDCPartners at these events instead!
•   Oncology Leaders Forum (April 5-6 | Boston, Massachusetts)
•   Clinical Trial Innovation Summit (May 9-11 | Boston, Massachusetts)
•   Immunotherapy Forum Europe (September 21-22 | Berlin, Germany)
•   Big Data in Precision Medicine (November 1-2 | Washington, D.C.)

Join the ta-Scan Team at SCOPE 2016!

February 23-25, 2016 | Miami

SCOPE 2016 Summit for Clinical Operations Executives

The year hasn’t ended yet, but we are already looking forward to new events in 2016: in February, MDCPartners’ ta-Scan team will be present in Miami at SCOPE 2016, the annual Summit for Clinical Operations Executives. Click here to view the meeting program.

Learn more about advanced feasibility modelling from CSO David Cocker’s presentation:

“Advanced Feasibility Modelling”
Tuesday, February 23, 3:20 – 3:35 PM
Track: Global Site Selection, Feasibility Assessment and Site Management

Presentation abstract: From unrealistic protocols to delinquent sites, feasibility catches the rap as the leading contributing factor for missed timelines and budget overruns. Feasibility basically is a confidence prediction of your downstream research network. But what if internal data is inadequate to provide a reliable assessment? Patient recruitment simulation software is plugging many information gaps in the feasibility departments. This presentation highlights new data sources, algorithms and visualizations to shore up your feasibility assessments.

Speaker bio: David Cocker is an experienced healthcare executive with a deep understanding of global clinical operations. Graduated as a biomedical engineer, he has been in the central clinical laboratory business for 25 years founding some of Europe’s largest clinical labs. As MDCPartners’ CSO, David now works with data scientists and project managers to develop information technologies to help pharmaceutical companies discover valuable insights from public data.

You can also meet us personally at booths # 506 & 508 to see a live demonstration of our ta-Scan software. Just drop by or make an appointment with Matt Tumasz or David Cocker.

If ta-Scan is new for you, you can learn about its concepts in this short, informative ta-Scan video.





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