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Plan, Track, and Refine




‘Eating healthy is easy’. This is a sentiment you are unlikely to hear from someone who is trying to change their eating habits. For most people, eating healthy requires a plan, the discipline, and the willingness to adapt to changing circumstances. Put simply, a great deal of thought and effort are required to see real and consistent results. Similarly, ‘managing enrolment is easy’ is not something you are likely to hear from a sponsor who has had issues in the past or is heading into a new therapeutic area. Much like eating healthy, enrolment requires sponsors and CROs to develop, track, and continually refine a plan to hit their targets and ensure the health of their trial.

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Mark Springer has over 20 years of clinical operations expertise, with a focus on trial and project management and recruitment and retention enhancements, as well as driving the adoption of new innovation through change management. Within the Consultative Services group, Mark is the lead Subject Matter Expert for the trial optimiser services, which includes StudyOptimizer. Together, these are tools that help study teams plan, track, diagnose, and optimise patient enrolment.


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