Clinical Trial Supply Southeast

15-16 June 2016

The correct functioning of the clinical trial supply process is one of the biggest concerns in the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors.

Cost reduction and efficiency are two main challenges both large and small companies want to achieve and this event provides an opportunity to learn new ideas, which will help to improve strategies.

The event will be held in Cary, North Carolina.

A confirmed panel discussion is on investigating interactive response technology solutions to manage multiple supply chains at a global level and to gain market share.

This will be delivered by Heat Biologics Clinical Affairs senior director Brandon Early, GSK Supply Chain, Logistics and Cross Border Compliance director Rob Montague and Cumberland Pharmaceuticals senior vice-president Leo Pavliv.

The event will cover a range of topics, including how to:

  • Realise the capabilities of IRT as a trial supply management tool rather than a tool of randomisation to provide a global oversight of clinical supply chains
  • Advocate investment into competent IRT solutions by proving automate randomisation, clinical supplies management and patient diaries dealing with patient recruitment
  • Analyse the reach of IRT solutions on supply chain management by evaluating its management capabilities across all elements of the supply chain such as sites, depots, patients and supply chain
  • Implement tracking capabilities of IRT solutions to monitor logistics processes at a global level
  • Explore the role of the IRT system as an inventory of items/supplies without additional software, while at the same time providing a platform for product recall and destruction processes as well

Please book by quoting reference MK-OAPF.