Webinar: Cleaner Data and Streamlined Trials with Direct Data Capture

Why researchers and regulators are on board

The FDA, EMA, and others have weighed in with solid support: direct data capture (DDC) improves data quality, accelerates data sharing, and strengthens the security of source data. Join our webinar on Wednesday, May 22 at 11am Pacific / 2pm Eastern to learn how DDC empowers you to:

  • Reduce transcription errors by 90% and monitoring visits by 50%
  • Instantly sync DDC with EDC to eliminate the typical 8-day data entry delay
  • Lower data and source management costs by up to 43%
Presented by
James Allgood
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Medrio

James has over 15 years of marketing within heavily regulated industries like finance, food, and pharma. He enjoys pushing the boundaries of new technologies by introducing them into typically conservative industries to improve efficiencies and lower costs. He also likes to push the boundaries of his body through mountain biking, rugby, and extreme parenting. James earned his Bachelor of Science in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona and his MBA from Holy Names University. He lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Charles Gemora
Senior Solutions Engineer, Medrio

Charles brings years of experience as an expert in eClinical software solutions to our webinar. He has worked closely with data managers and other professionals across the clinical research industry, from pharma to device and beyond, and has gained an insider perspective on the development of ePRO technology. He holds a Bachelor of Science from University of California, Berkeley, and is currently based in Atlanta, GA.

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