NEW YORK, Jan. 4 -- The Clinical Research Trends and Technology Forum (CRT&T) presents a unique approach to solving
Taking place May of 2010 in North Carolina, CRT&T follows the clinical research process, while attendees assess how well their companies are doing with various standards for patient education, global data interchange and technology. New drugs, with the abilities to solve medical ailments never treatable in the past, are being released into the market continuously. This phenomenon makes the management of clinical research crucial. Clinical research processes and strategies determine the future of healthcare. To address the issues and challenges of perfecting the clinical process, Analysts in Media, Inc. has developed an exclusive opportunity for pharmaceutical executives.
"Analysts in Media, Inc. has a responsibility to clients to provide proper advocacy of current concerns and thought leadership from those subject matter experts. It is important that we continue to provide the launching pad for the meeting of minds to come up with the best way forward today," said Natasia Langfelder, Forum Producer for Analysts in Media, Inc.
CRT&T invites technology experts and practitioners to share their challenges and best practices, to learn from their peers and to prepare a road map for the journey ahead. "No Healthcare IT forum would be complete without insight from the subject matter experts and I am pleased to announce that Rebecca Kush, President and CEO of CDISC and Diane Simmons, President and CEO of CISCRP will be joining us at the CRT&T forum in May, and will provide and make available to all participants, the SME guidance to ensure a 'best of breed' forum," added Langfelder.
Analysts in Media, Inc, while often recognized for publications, such as Future Pharmaceuticals, is also becoming recognized for distinctive boutique-style specialist forums set in luxury venues. These forums are a unique contribution to the event industry and pair thought leaders, buyers and solution providers based on their core competencies and areas of expertise.
CRT&T takes place May 5-7, 2010 in North Carolina. For more information, please contact Natasia Langfelder at 646-747-0551.
SOURCE Analysts in Media, Inc.
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