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Utilizing CDISC to Drive Efficiencies with OpenClinica

This presentation discusses real life-experiences of using CDISC Database Standards (Operational Data Model) to drive efficiencies in study setup and study build.

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Discover Define-XML: Practical Uses End-to-end Today

Formedix CEO Mark Wheeldon's presentation from the 2013 Bay Area User Group, which looks at practical uses of Define-XML in the end-to-end clinical trial process.

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Define-XML Tools - David Borbas

Presentation by David Borbas, Jazz Pharmaceuticals discussing Define-XML at our executive breakfast as sponsors of the Bay Area User Group.

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CDISC Strategy 2013-2015  - Rebecca Kush

CDISC President Rebecca Kush presented at our executive breakfast prior to the Bay Area User Group, discussing CDISC's strategy from 2013 - 2015.

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End-to-End Standards Enable Clinical Trial Efficiencies

Presentation from Formedix-hosted Bay Area Executive Breakfast, discussing standards to enable efficiencies throughout the end-to-end clinical trial process.

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Achieving the 'iTunes' of Clinical Trials

This presentation from CDISC Europe Interchange 2013 explains how an ‘iTunes-style’ metadata repository can be established using CDISC standardized content, in a CDISC vendor-neutral model.

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Using CDISC to Optimize End-to-End Trial Process

Presentation from the 2012 DIA Clinical Data Quality Summit, discussing end-to-end clinical trial automation and CDISC models being adopted from study setup to submission.

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Saving Time and Money in the Clinical Trial Process

CEO Mark Wheeldon's presentation from DIA EuroMeeting, March 2012, on how CDISC models can be adopted throughout the end-to-end clinical trial process.

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An Efficient and Optimized End-to-End Process Starts with CDISC

Formedix CEO Mark Wheeldon presented at ESUG Meeting, November 2012, discussing how the end-to-end clinical trial process can be made more efficient using CDISC standards.

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