d-Wise to Showcase Blur Enterprise De-Id Solution at Booth #25 at CDISC Interchange US

09:09 EST 9 Nov 2017 | BioPortfolio

  • First-ever demonstration for end-to-end patient privacy in line with EMA Policy 0070
  • Book a 1-1 with a Blur/CDISC expert
  • Complete a short survey for a chance to win a Smart TV

Morrisville, NC - Visitors to CDISC Interchange US at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, Texas on November 15-16 will have a unique opportunity to see d-Wise’s powerful clinical trial de-identification solution, Blur™, in action - and learn about the most efficient and effective way to meet their CSR (clinical study report) patient privacy obligations under EU EMA Policy 0070 requirements.

d-Wise will be offering an exclusive first look at the software with a working demo at Booth #25, where experts will be on hand to explain how the Blur platform can transform the way life sciences companies manage CSRs and protect patient identities as study documents enter the public domain.

Consult the experts – secure a time slot now

Three industry-renowned d-Wise consultants specializing in CDISC strategy, implementation and governance will be presenting and on hand to provide expertise and advice, and discuss customized training options.

Set up a pre-arranged one-to-one meeting and find out how you can optimize CDISC activities, speed up your clinical trials and save money for your organization.

  • Chris Decker leads d-Wise’s Life Sciences Practice team, and specializes in helping companies leverage data standards and strategic use of technology to improve processes and overall efficiency.
  • William Qubeck is a Life Sciences Practice leader at d-Wise in North Carolina.
  • Scott Bahlavooni is a senior d-Wise consultant operating in the Greater Boston area of the US.

Setting up your 1:1 couldn’t be simpler.  Email and he will arrange it for you.

Ask about a more agile & affordable way to access SAS and other clinical applications

If you use SAS to manage clinical trial data and are looking to increase agility and respond to market changes, ask about our Clinical Acceleration Platform - a new SAS distribution model that lets you exploit SAS and other clinical applications as needs arise, even if resources are constrained. Pay by the study or by the month for a suite of best-of-breed clinical software tools and managed services designed to eliminate the regulatory burden associated with clinical systems validation.

Take away a Smart TV

One lucky visitor to Booth #25 will walk away with a Samsung 40" Class (39.5" Diag.) 1080p LED LCD TV – a raffle prize open to those answering a short survey on CDISC maturity and technology modernization.

About CDISC Interchange

CDISC Interchange US is one of a series of global events held annually on three continents where hundreds of attendees gather to share experiences, expertise and best practices around compliance with international regulatory submissions standards.

About d-Wise

d-Wise Technologies, Inc. is a technology leader with the expertise to empower world-class life science and healthcare organizations to resolve their business optimization challenges, and help them rapidly harness change by leveraging data, systems and processes to gain competitive advantage.

The d-Wise Life Sciences Practice has been providing clinical advisory and modernization services to our clients for over fourteen years. d-Wise consultants engage with life science clients to adopt a progressive and comprehensive approach to modernizing clinical trials through well-designed solutions and processes.

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