Param Singh

Param Singh has been working in the life sciences industry his entire career. As the director of clinical trial management solutions at Perficient, he developed the clinical trial management team to become one of the best in the industry. Param leads a highly skilled team of implementation specialists and continues to build lasting relationships with clients. He has a knack for resource and project management, which allows clients to achieve success. Param has been with Perficient, via the acquisition of BioPharm Systems, since 2008. Prior to joining the company, he guided the clinical trial management group at Accenture.

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[Webinar Recording] Preparing for Your Oracle, Medidata, and Veeva CTMS Migration Project

I recently delivered a webinar, in which I discussed the CTMS migration approaches taken across several case studies. You’ll come away with an understanding of: Pros and cons of each CTMS migration method Types of migration tools, including APIs, ETL tools, and adapters Approximate timelines and costs associated with each migration method The topics discussed […]

CTMS Clinical Supply Tracking

[Video] 3 Ways to Track Clinical Supplies in Oracle Siebel CTMS

I recently recorded a video in which I discuss three cost-effective methods to track clinical supplies in Oracle’s clinical trial management system (CTMS): Out-of-the-box clinical supply management (no configuration) Clinical supply management with minimum-level effort configurations Enhanced clinical supply management with medium-level effort configurations This short video shows you just several of the different options […]

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Getting Started with Robotic Process Automation in Life Sciences

Previously, I examined how robotic process automation (RPA) can improve document compliance. The final installment of this series explains how to get started with RPA. The opportunities to use robotic process automation are almost limitless. The examples presented in this guide are just a few areas in which RPA can be used in life sciences […]

Robotic Process Automation Improves Poor Document Compliance

Previously, I explained how robotic process automation can assist updating outdated contact details. This blog examines how robotic process automation (RPA) can improve document compliance. Keeping sites in compliance with their required documentation is an ongoing battle for every sponsor and CRO. Considering the volume of documentation involved in a clinical trial, it is no […]

Robotic Process Automation Can Update Outdated Contact Details

My last blog discussed enhancing slow recruitment with robotic process automation. This installment explains how robotic process automation (RPA) can assist updating outdated contact details. At first glance, having outdated contact information for sites might seem like a relatively minor issue. But when it results in delays related to required documents, monitoring visits, or clinical […]

Robotic Process Automation Can Enhance Slow Subject Recruitment

My last blog dove into robotic process automation fixing mistakes in clinical data entry. This blog highlights enhancing slow recruitment with robotic process automation (RPA). Even the most promising clinical sites can have trouble recruiting enough eligible subjects. Pressure from upper management or the sponsor to meet recruitment targets causes stress and anxiety for study […]

Robotic Process Automation Fixes Mistakes in Clinical Data Entry

Previously, I discussed life science subject screening and how robotic process automation can assist. This next installment of the series dives into robotic process automation (RPA) fixing mistakes in clinical data entry. Dirty clinical data is one of the most costly aspects of clinical trials. Not only does the review and clean-up slow down time […]

Subject Screening with Robotic Process Automation: Life Sciences

My last blog analyzed site monitoring, and how robotic process automation can enhance it. My next blog discusses life science subject screening and how robotic process automation (RPA) can assist. Even when sites are able to recruit a large pool of potential subjects, sponsors and CROs see far too many subjects who fail to pass […]

Developing a Strategic Vision in Life Sciences

Previously I discussed how life sciences companies can establish better relationships with patients. This blog analyses developing a strategic plan and how to get started. When it comes to managing these relationships, the bottom line is that there are some dramatic shifts taking place in healthcare, and life sciences companies need to understand, harness, and […]

Life Sciences Site Monitoring with Robotic Process Automation

Previously, I discussed fixing clinical trial challenges with robotic process automation. This blog analyses site monitoring, and how robotic process automation (RPA) can enhance it. While sponsors, CROs, and sites all acknowledge that site monitoring is a necessary part of ensuring clinical trials are run in compliance with governing regulations and protocols, it can be […]

Siebel CTMS

Register for This Webinar to Learn More About Siebel CTMS IP2019

Has your organization been thinking about upgrading your Siebel Clinical Trial Management (CTMS) system to the latest version available, but aren’t exactly sure what the potential benefits an upgrade could bring? With the newest version of Siebel, Innovation Pack 2019 (IP2019), there are some significant updates that bring key features and benefits to end users. […]

Life Sciences Companies Can Establish Better Relationships

It used to be that a doctor was a patient’s only touch point for a diagnosis and prescription. Today, patients have many more avenues to get the information they seek, which has led to higher expectations from patients. Fortunately, life sciences companies have the opportunity to understand, educate, and treat patients by successfully engaging them. […]

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