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Veristat to Share Its Partnership Insights at GoBalto Webinar

The Role of Transparency in CRO-Sponsor Partnerships: Enabling Better Collaboration Models


About the Webinar

Join GoBalto for an exciting webinar that examines both the Sponsors and CROs point of view on how to retain successful Sponsor-CRO partnership that ensures study success.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT (10 AM  PDT)

Successful collaborations between sponsors and CROs require skills in communication and relationship management to create a shared vision of partnering and trust. One of the critical components of a successful partnership is transparency, from both a data and business process perspective. This mindset may be lacking in sponsor/CRO relationships, which can limit the potential to complete projects better, faster and more efficiently. The challenge increases significantly when a sponsor works with several CROs. Against this backdrop, many sponsors seek to achieve strategic and transformational change, while many such initiatives currently achieve only small, incremental improvements.

This webinar will address common collaboration obstacles from both the CRO perspective and the sponsor perspective with a focus on increasing the value of strategic partnerships. Panelists will share their views on how transparency in data and business process can be leveraged to increase the quality of the relationship—and ultimately, the success of the study.

Webinar Panelists Include

Executive Vice President, Strategic Development

Director of Client Engagement

Senior Manager, Clinical Outsourcing Management
Takeda Pharmaceuticals

Register To Attend Webinar

Please visit the GoBalto website to register for this complimentary webinar.

Register Here

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