Building a Thriving Culture of Innovation in Pharmacovigilance

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Webinar Date/Time: Tue, Jan 30, 2024 10:00 AM EST | 9:00 AM CT | 3:00 PM GMT | 4:00 PM CET

This webinar will delve into how organizations can foster a culture that simultaneously encourages innovative thinking and adheres to the industry's stringent risk-averse nature. The webcast will discuss whether concepts like "failing fast," typical in more flexible industries, are applicable in pharmacovigilance.

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In the ever-evolving world of pharmacovigilance, safety professionals may grapple with integrating cutting-edge innovations like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) into drug safety practices without compromising rigorous safety standards. This webinar will delve into how organizations can foster a culture that simultaneously encourages innovative thinking and adheres to the industry's stringent risk-averse nature. The webcast will discuss whether concepts like "failing fast," typical in more flexible industries, are applicable in pharmacovigilance. The discussion will also cover how to achieve both continuous, incremental, and transformative innovations within the strict confines of the pharmacovigilance regulatory environment.


Key Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the key challenges to innovation in pharmacovigilance and practical steps to navigate these obstacles.
  • Learn how pharmacovigilance professionals can allocate time for innovative activities without compromising their commitment to regulatory compliance.
  • Uncover methods for driving innovation within budget limits with strategies to implement cost-effective projects.

Who Should Attend:

  • VPs and QPPVs of safety
  • Case processing specialists
  • Safety evaluators
  • Safety IT professionals
  • Safety managers



Speakers:

Grishma Sharma
Managing Director and Global Life Sciences Safety Lead
Accenture

Grishma Sharma, Managing Director and Global Life Sciences Safety Lead at Accenture, leads the Pharmacovigilance domain book of work at Accenture across operations, advisory, and technology implementation services while driving account-level delivery and sales at key clients. Grishma has broad experience in the areas of program and project management, business process development, resource and capacity management, operations service management/performance reporting for R&D outsourcing areas, and system design across the R&D value chain.

Oleg Zvenigorodsky
Director, Medical Safety/ Innovation
Jazz Pharmaceuticals

Oleg Zvenigorodsky, PharmD, is currently Director of Medical Safety and Innovation Lead at Jazz Pharmaceuticals. With a career spanning over a decade, he has held various leadership roles at Jazz, Pinnacle 21, and Johnson & Johnson. He also has experience as a pharmacist and in academia as Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice. Oleg has expertise across product and project management, pharmacovigilance, software implementation, clinical operations, and strategic business planning, focused on delivering innovative solutions and driving change.

Cassie Gregson
Head of IT – Development & Late Therapeutic Areas
AstraZeneca

Robert Kelle
Senior Director Enterprise Safety and Pharmacovigilance
Oracle

Robert has over 25 years of technology leadership and consulting experience across various industries. Robert leads Oracle’s Safety customer engagement programs, including the Safety Consortium and strategic Lighthouse Customer programs. Through these programs, Oracle strives to collaborate with customers of our safety solutions (Argus Safety, Empirica, and Safety One Intake) to advance pharmacovigilance operations and improve patient safety.

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