Optimizing Scheduling in Phase I Environments
Sponsored by: OmniComm Systems, Inc.
- Phase I Environments
Date: 4 December
Time: 3:00 PM London/10:00 AM New York
Real-time automated staff scheduling for early phase trials
Decrease time. Decrease cost. Increase quality.
Phase I clinics need adequate staffing to match the needs of subjects. Too few staff means risk to study data. Too many staff on hand increases costs to the sponsor. Sufficient staffing means sufficient coverage for trial/study events. A bit like the Goldilocks scenario: too few, too much, just right. Phase I environments need to hit the “just right” mark when it comes to staffing.
Use real-time, automated staff scheduling to rise to the challenge of heavy day scheduling or automatically adjusting for lighter days, all while raising quality and standards. Register today.
Product Line Manager for Momentum Scheduling, Bio-Optronics
Matt works with all sizes of medical groups from around the world to build solutions that solve complex physician and staff scheduling inefficiencies impacting compliance, finances, physician burnout, care quality and patient satisfaction. Along with managing the strategic direction and development priorities for the Momentum staff scheduling solution, Matt is also working closely with OmniComm to optimize the pairing of the efficient data collection of the leading proactive eSource and early phase site automation solution with the automated intelligence of the leading physician scheduling software. Prior to taking ownership of the product line, Matt served as a project manager for Momentum Scheduling, where he deployed and supported advanced scheduling systems for health groups worldwide.
Adam Al Douri,
Director of Early Phase Consulting, OmniComm Systems
Adam has dedicated his career and education to medical research. During his time at William Jewell College, Adam worked at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research for three years in a laboratory support role where he was able to cultivate his passion for oncology research. After completing his Bachelor of Arts in Biology, he joined the University of Kansas in a Lab Management role supporting Breast Cancer and Alzheimer’s disease research. In 2014, he joined IQVIA in Kansas, USA in the their Early Phase Clinic managing samples and actively improving process quality. He later moved within the company to Early Phase, Clinical Project Management where he facilitated the cross-functional delivery of study deliverables from start-up through to closeout. During this time, he also completed his Masters of Science in Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy from MCPHS University, specializing in global regulatory.
One year ago, Adam joined OmniComm Systems, Inc. as a TrialOne Subject Matter Expert. He has supported the successful implementation of TrialOne with customers across the Unites States. He works closely with the OmniComm team in the US and UK to help guide the continued progression of the software to meet client requirements and industry standards. Adam possess strong knowledge of GxP and ICH guidelines. Adam has been awarded his ACRP-CP – a certification earned by clinical research professionals who demonstrate proficient cross-functional knowledge in clinical research conduct.
Key Learning Objectives
- Learn how to identify staffing challenges in a Phase I environment
- Learn how automation can help decrease time
- Learn how to avoid staffing errors and thereby decrease costs
- Clinical Data Management
- Clinical Operations
- Clinical Technology
- Head of Clinical IT
- Head of Clinical Research
- Head of Clinical Systems