Featured Conference

8th Forum on Patient Registries
Strategies for Maximizing Registry Performance for Clinical and Commercial Use
September 20 – 21, 2006 * Location, TBD

For more information or to register, pleaser visit the conference website.

Product and disease registries are continuing to increase.  Sponsors pursue these studies to help bolster drug sales, sustain market share, extend product lifecycles and document efficacy and safety in a real world environment. 

Do not miss the all new program for 2006 and the opportunity to hear strategies on implementing a patient registry successfully while advancing both scientific and strategic goals. 

Topics for the 8th Forum include:

  • Operational aspects of registries
  • Reimbursement and legal in relation to patient data
  • Global registries and regulatory requirements
  • And much more!

Join the hundreds of professionals that have already benefited from this conference.  Register early to take advantage of best pricing and to secure your seat at this event!

Hear what some of our previous attendees had to say:

“Great overview of registries ‘lessons learned’ testimonials were very useful and informative”
– Susan Grandy, Director, AstraZeneca

“Excellent conference.  Lot’s of new information it has definitely been worth the trip from Denmark.  It is very good that so many aspects of patient registries are covered.  Gives an excellent overview and possibility to dig further into the details.” 
— Tania Dalsgaard, Quality Specialist, NNIT A/S

“Valuable for those just starting in the industry and for those with experience.  Practical solutions to real-life scenarios.  Highly recommended.” 
— Alison Tibbetts, Manager Drug Safety, Biogen Idec

“Very informative presentations!”
– Cristina Browne, Senior Clinical Data Coordinator, Schering-Plough

For more information or to register, please contact the Center for Business Intelligence toll free by phone at 1-800-817-8601 or via e-mail at cbireg@cbinet.com or visit the conference website.

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