Facilitating the standardization of industry best practices
This is the fourth in a four-part blog series that examines the Clinical, Medical Affairs, Regulatory, and Safety business units at ArisGlobal. Director of Product Management – Medical Affairs and Quality, Sandeep Mahagaonkar, spoke about what attracted him to ArisGlobal, the state of Medical Affairs, and the vision for 2020 and beyond.
This is the third in a four-part blog series that examines the Clinical, Medical Affairs, Regulatory, and Safety business units at ArisGlobal. Senior Director, Regulatory Product Head at ArisGlobal, Pratyusha Pallavi, spoke of her role, the department vision, and product implementation
This is the second in a four-part blog series that examines the Clinical, Medical Affairs, Regulatory, and Safety business units at ArisGlobal. Associate Vice President of Product Management for the LifeSphere Safety portfolio, Emmanuel Belabe, spoke in depth about the vision for LifeSphere Safety for 2020 and beyond.
This is the first in a four-part blog series that examines the Clinical, Medical Affairs, Regulatory, and Safety product domains at ArisGlobal. Senior Director of Clinical Product Management, Sondra Pepe, describes what attracted her to ArisGlobal and articulated the vision for Clinical product strategy.
In the last of our three-part blog series, we share the poll results to the question “What concerns do you have when it comes to automating PV process?” and analyze the responses. Read the blog to see how your responses might compare.
ArisGlobal believes that there is no single “right place to start” when it comes to automation, and life sciences organizations must instead choose their own adventure when it comes to a sound PV-focused automation strategy. Read part two of our three-part blog series.
ArisGlobal Differentiates Automation Hype from Reality in Pharmacovigilance for the Life Sciences Industry
During our recent webinar, when polled 43% of the audience said automating PV processes was one of their top strategic priorities, while 13% have no automation plan in place. That and other interesting insights are shared in this first of a three-part blog series.
Moving to a structured content authoring approach presents the challenge of ensuring that data and documents are in sync. So where do life sciences organizations stand today in this transformation phase? Wim Cypers, Senior VP, Regulatory, shares his insights from our recent webinar.
Moving to Self-Service: A Key Component of an Effective Automated Content Management Strategy for Medical Information Managers
By 2020, 67% of physicians will be digital natives and will prefer obtaining medical information on specific medications through digital channels, and by 2025, 75% of our global workforce will be accomplished by millennials who are extremely comfortable with digital technology. In this final blog of our two-part series, we share how the move to self-service is creating a clear paradigm shift and impacting the content management strategy of today’s MI departments.
At this year’s DIA Global Annual Conference, ArisGlobal presented an Innovation Theater session, “Getting More Value from Your Data Through a Unified, Cross-Department Platform.” Wim Cypers, Senior Vice President of Regulatory, highlighted use cases where automation can be used to improve business processes to enhance data quality and improved business process efficiencies.