Date: October 18th, 2017
Time: 10am PDT (1pm EDT)
Duration: 60 minutes
 
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As the clinical trial landscape evolves, the development of new products grows ever more complex. Sponsors are hard-pressed to scale their clinical trial operations when resources are fully tapped, protocols expand beyond the borders of any single country, and the web of external resources becomes challenging to manage.

Comprehend is partnering with Halloran Consulting Group to share industry trends in optimizing internal resources, and five best practices to maximize productivity, manage time and budget, and achieve actionable, accurate clinical Intelligence when working with internal and external teams.

Laurie Halloran, President and CEO of Halloran Consulting Group, will present the challenges and opportunities sponsors face when managing with limited resources. Sponsors must create strategic oversight capabilities and limit the redundancies from internal teams and vendors to achieve quality outcomes.

 

Comprehend will follow with five best practices based on a real-world case study of how a sponsor was able to increase trials and optimize their CRO relationship, without adding staff.

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Featured Speakers:

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Julie Peacock, Clinical Intelligence Expert, Comprehend

Closely aligned with customers and the sales organization, Julie focuses on enabling prospects and customers on Comprehend’s Clinical Intelligence solutions. She manages go to market strategy, sales enablement, and product marketing.

Prior to Comprehend, Julie spent 18 years at Oracle Corporation in the enterprise application space where she managed strategy, field enablement and launch activities for a series of BtoB solutions. Julie holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Auburn University.

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Laurie Halloran, Founder, Halloran Consulting Group

Laurie founded Halloran Consulting Group in 1998. Her vision in forming the company was Life Science that Works: Product, Process and People. She has built a successful consultancy dedicated to the idea that every company deserves the best practices and know-how in the life science world, regardless of its size, its name or its financial situation. She is recognized as an industry expert in improving the organizational effectiveness of those companies.

Selected in 2010 as one of the 100 Most Inspiring People in Life Science by PharmaVoice, Laurie currently lectures at Boston University Medical School and the Tufts Center for Drug Development Post-Graduate program. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Russell Sage College and a Master of Science in Management from Leslie University. Laurie is also a Prosci Certified Change Practitioner.