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Kevin Bishop
Global Vice President & General Manager Randomization & Trial Supply Management

Kevin is a recognized clinical research senior executive with more than 30 years of operational and business leadership experience, the last 20 years of which have been in the high-growth eClinical technology space. In his current role, Kevin is responsible for driving the growth strategy for the Randomization & Trial Supply Management (RTSM) business, encompassing Bioclinica's innovative IRT platform, and optimization clinical supply forecasting and planning services, as well as further developing Bioclinica's unique project delivery methodology. Most recently Kevin led the RTSM and clinical logistics solution business at PAREXEL Informatics. Prior to this, Kevin was with ClinPhone for ten years focused on RTSM and other eClinical solutions prior to acquisition by PAREXEL in 2008. Kevin has lived in the USA since 1999 when he relocated from the United Kingdom to facilitate the establishment of ClinPhone's business and North American operations. Prior to this he spent approximately ten years managing the execution of clinical development plans for various multinational pharmaceutical companies spanning all stages of pre-clinical and clinical research. Kevin has a Bachelor's degree in Physiology and Pharmacology from the University of Southampton (UK).

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Clinical Supply Chain Success: Leveraging Technology

The availability of investigational product often determines the success of a clinical trial's randomization and trial supply management (RTSM) solution. RTSM solutions are a key component of the clinical supply chain, the purpose of which is to ensure that the correct investigational product is at the right site at the right time for a subject.

Although we've largely moved beyond the initial implementation of clinical randomization and supply chain management systems (aka IRT) that were fully customized IT projects for each study to improved processes and more configurability, the industry now demands a more nimble, accurate solution, or "Agile" IRT.

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Great #SCOPE2019 panel discussion today with industry veterans sharing ways sponsors and vendors can work together… https://t.co/U8j40R6y6R
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RT @teaminspire: Patients Are Eager for Trials But Aren’t Getting the Word, Survey Finds https://t.co/BfLxhmpzZg via @CenterWatch #clinical…
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