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PharmaVOICE Editor’s Take: Gregory T. Simpson on Remote Monitoring

Saama’s VP and Head of Marketing talks to PharmaVOICE Editor-in-Chief Taren Grom about the importance of remote monitoring for accelerating clinical trials and improving outcomes.

In this short video, Greg answers three important questions:

  • What are some successful examples of remote monitoring?
  • Why would trial teams continue to monitor patients and studies remotely even when in-person monitoring is possible?
  • What should sponsors consider when looking to implement remote monitoring?

Learn more about Saama’s remote monitoring solutions.

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