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Clinical Document World Summit Delivers Virtual Setting for Education on Improving Life Science Reporting Procedures

  • What: Clinical Document World summit, organized by Lincoln Health Network
  • Where: Taking place online, with registration at https://ibn.fm/x3biD
  • When: Feb. 24-26, 2021
  • The summit will help professionals in the fields of pharmaceuticals, biotech, and medical device manufacture or utilization to improve their documentation experiences
  • Interactive platform allows attendees to seek new information and answers to old questions from speakers and other attendees using one-on-one as well as group features

The demands of clinical documentation, particularly in light of the increased requirements resulting from the Affordable Care Act, have a tendency to produce clinician burnout, “increased cognitive load,” distractions and still result in the loss of some information (https://ibn.fm/qxjC6).

In the modern era, professionals expect to avail themselves of technological advancements to improve their performance and eliminate obstacles to productivity, and certainly automated features such as artificial intelligence-enhanced digital scribes can help capture conversations and convert them to documentation but specialized forms and other individualized elements of the clinical setting may prevent a once-size-fits-all approach.

Lincoln Health Network’s (“LHN”) Clinical Document World summit aims to deliver a one-stop learning experience for life science professionals battling to improve their documentation resources and procedures, as well as through complementary partnerships with other professionals in the fields of pharmaceuticals, biotech, and medical device manufacture or utilization (https://ibn.fm/HZmTS).

The three-day Clinical Document World event will take place Feb. 24-26 in a virtual setting given the continuing dangers posed by the COVID-19 pandemic to large public gatherings. Utilizing LHN’s virtual platform, the summit will facilitate networking, Q&A needs and interactive introductions to new things in as seamless a transition as possible from in-person gatherings. Attendees can instant message seminar presenters and other attendees at any time during the event or schedule a more personal video chat with someone.

Virtual session rooms, an exhibit hall, a networking lounge, a resource page and a real-time feed all help make the experience educational and able to generate new usefulness even after the summit has ended. The networking lounge provides great opportunities for productivity in a group, and the interactive exhibit hall allows attendees to browse some of the latest technology and services with the potential to schedule a live demo to determine if something may help the attendees’ organizations.

The 20-plus faculty roster members come from a variety of companies where they have amassed experience in trial master files (“TMF”) operations, inspection readiness, risk management and other clinical development avenues.

Following the opening day’s keynote speech on the “Impact of a Strategic Document Strategy for CRO, Sites, and Sponsors,” sessions and panels will focus on strategies for global clinical operations, metrics-friendly governance structures to accumulate useful data for inspection readiness, leveraging emerging technologies, ensuring clinical quality standards in documentation, and other related subjects.

Early bird price rates end Jan. 21, although standard and last chance ticketing will continue to be available until the event.

For further information on registration and tickets, as well as how to participate as a speaker, visit the event’s website at https://ibn.fm/6Y31C.

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