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Archived Webinar: Optimize the Imaging in Clinical Trials by Aligning Operational Excellence and Scientific Expertise

Posted by Fariba Ahdoot on August 02, 2017
The purpose of most clinical trials really boils down to a single question: Does my drug work? If you're feeling really ambitious, you may add a second question: How does my drug work? Medical imaging is one important tool for answering these questions, but imaging can be complicated, and mistakes are sometimes made. When things go wrong between you and your imaging provider, it's not easy to ...
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Topics: Imaging Science

Driving Data to Help Patients

Posted by Patricia Veasey on July 11, 2017
In this technical age, data drives our daily activities. How much data can my phone store? What kind of computer can handle all of my tasks? How many movies can I leave on my DVR before I can no longer record? How many viewers tuned in to the season finale of The Walking Dead? Answering any of these questions requires working with data: examining it, and interpreting the results into meaningful ...
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Topics: Cardiac Safety

Imaging the Liver: A Tale of Two Conferences

Posted by Jon Riek, Ph.D on June 19, 2017
As the VP of Musculoskeletal and Metabolic Imaging, I need to stay ahead of industry trends and invest in the advancements being made in research.  Toward these ends, I recently traveled to two conferences – International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) 25th Annual Meeting in Honolulu, HI, and the 2nd International Workshop on NASH Biomarkers in Washington, DC. To me, these ...
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Topics: Imaging Science

Moving from Excel to Excellence

Posted by Umme Sadiqha, PMP on June 08, 2017
The global pharmaceutical market is expected to reach nearly $1.4 trillion by 2020, an increase of about 29-32 percent over the 2015 level. As a result of this growth, there has been an increase in the volume of rental device shipments to sites in the United States and around the world. On any given day, BioTelemetry Research (BTR) shipping team manages the inventory of 13,000 devices and twice ...
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Topics: Operational Excellence

Wearing a Different Hat

Posted by Danielle Staffo on May 24, 2017
As an imaging Project Manager at BioTelemetry Research, my day-to-day consists of overseeing the lifecycle of imaging studies from behind my desk just outside of Rochester, NY.  Although I love my office and my co-workers, it’s a nice change to put on a different hat and venture beyond Rochester, to events where I can meet and talk with our sponsors. For example, I recently attended the Clinical ...
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Topics: Operational Excellence

One Year Post Acquisition and the Momentum Keeps Growing

Posted by Scott Satin on May 18, 2017
It’s been one year since Biotelemetry Research acquired VirtualScopics, and I can’t think of a better moment to celebrate our many accomplishments. I’ll list a few below, saving the most important for last.
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Topics: Clinical Research

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