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Upcoming Webinar: How Innovations in Data Visualization Are Accelerating Data Cleaning and Improving Quality

Join us for our upcoming webinar on September 18th during which Karen McPoyle, Director of Data Strategy & Solutions at Bioclinica, Inc., will present and discuss the importance of ensuring completed and clean activities for each patient, to achieve a successful and timely database (DB) lock.

DB lock is one of the most important milestones in any trial and requires tracking of activity completion and cleaning (coding, external data reconciliation, query status, etc.) for each patient. This is often challenging, particularly for studies with large amounts of data. Knowing where to start tracking these many disparate activities for each patient, predicting if you are on track to meet the planned DB lock and visualizing study status can be overwhelming.

To help you accelerate your DB lock, with quality data, this webinar will explore:

  • Insights that can be applied to focus data cleaning efforts
  • Tracking methods for the activities required for DB lock
  • Early warning systems that help avoid delays
  • Methods of ensuring that no data has changed before DB lock

To join us for this webinar and learn more, register here.

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