How Alcon Enabled Data Managers to Build Studies Directly from the Protocol, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

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In this free webinar, the featured speaker will discuss best practices for adopting a new EDC and enabling your team to build their own studies. Attendees will learn about data management’s perspective on configuring studies directly from a protocol as well as clinical programmer’s perspective on using a rules engine and dynamics instead of custom code.

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After spinning out as an independent company, Alcon needed to establish all new clinical systems. As part of building up their data management function, they adopted Veeva Vault EDC and trained their team on the Agile Design build process. Just three months later, Alcon had completed three study builds.

Their data managers are building studies independently by configuring casebooks directly from the protocol, including most validation checks and rules. The clinical programmers cover more advanced checks and rules and use their newly freed time to manage Alcon’s clinical systems and metrics to improve the team’s operating efficiency.

Join Leianne Ebert, Head of Data Management, Alcon in a live webinar on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 2pm EDT.

For more information or to register for this event, visit How Alcon Enabled Data Managers to Build Studies Directly from the Protocol.


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