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This archive is available for purchase through November 18, 2014.
Archive duration 1 hour 26 minutes.

The efforts to drive lower cost and higher quality health care have been given a great new accelerant - Big Data. With this new paradigm, now more than ever new kinds of collaborations are needed. This webinar will examine innovative strategies and partnerships for analyzing established and emerging data/datasets as well as review some of the regulatory and ethical issues governing the use of data when the purpose crosses the threshold from a treatment-only purpose into research purposes.

Who Should Attend 

  • Statistical analyst/programmer
  • Quality risk management
  • Information officer
  • Clinical data management
  • Data analyst, data manager
  • Regulatory policy
  • Safety officer
  • Individuals who work with real-world evidence, patient-reported outcomes, collaborative efforts between pharma and other stakeholders (IT, Health Data), statistical analysis, quality risk management

Learning Objectives 

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss innovative strategies, methods, and practices using Big Data
  • Identify the barriers and enablers to accessing Big Data in research
  • Explain ethical issues and other influences affecting decision making

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Day 1 Monday, May 19, 2014

  • 1:00PM - 11:59PM

    Big Data: Impact of Health Care Reform on Collaborations and Strategies


    • Chris Boone, PhD, PMP
      Vice-President, Evidence Translation and Implementation
      Avalere Health, United States
    • Sachin H. Jain, MD, MBA
      Chief Medical Information and Innovation Officer (CMIO)
      Merck Co., Inc., United States
    • Big Data: Impact of Health Care Reform on Collaborations and Strategies
      David Vulcano
      Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), United States
    • Big Data: Impact of Health Care Reform on Collaborations and Strategies
      Presentation - All Speakers
      United States

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