WorldCare Clinical to Present at 6th Annual CROWN Conference
Boston, MA, March 7, 2017--
WorldCare Clinical (WCC), a leading provider of imaging services for clinical trials, will present “Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): Leveraging Programmatic Metrics to Build Operational Efficiencies in Clinical Trials,” at the CROWN Congress in Philadelphia on March 9, 2017. (http://exlevents.com/crown-clinical/agenda/)
Andrea Falkoff, VP of Operations at WCC, will present an assessment of when and how to apply KPIs to improve operational and cost efficiencies in clinical trials. The presentation will include real-world examples of how WCC uses KPIs to improve quality and efficiency.
Widely regarded as providing the highest quality data and customer service in the imaging CRO industry, WCC actively tracks and uses KPIs for its reviewers, clinical sites, operations, and technology system. WCC’s KPIs are made available to sponsors through WCC’s secure Web portal.
The CROWN Congress is dedicated to topics critical to the effective development, management and execution of clinical trials. The Congress provides decision makers in the pharmaceutical industry educational opportunities on the latest strategies, trends, tools and technologies for advancing clinical trials.
About WorldCare Clinical
WorldCare Clinical is a global imaging CRO that employs scientific expertise, innovative technology, and operational excellence to maximize the precision and accuracy of a blinded independent central review of Phase I – IV clinical trial data. The company has worked with thousands of sites in more than 60 countries. WCC’s robust technology platform processes over 250 million images annually (CT, MRI, X-Ray, Echo, US, PET). Originally founded in 1992 by the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Radiology, WorldCare continues to maintain a strategic relationship with the Harvard Hospital System as well as other leading academic institutions.
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