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Validation: Friend or Foe

23 Jan 2013 - 23 Jan 2013 - United States



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Validation:  Friend or Foe?

Join us Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 2pm EST

Regulated industries demand the validation of Lab Informatics systems prior to use.  How you treat validation, with forethought or as an afterthought, will determine the overall success of your project as gauged by cost, effort, and duration.  Planning the validation activities within the overall implementation schedule will enable business benefits to be derived in addition to satisfying regulatory requirements. 

In this one hour webinar, discover how planning the implementation and validation activities holistically will result in a more effective implementation, and understand that validation is largely a co-dependent component of a well-planned project, rather than a burdensome add-on.

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Key Take-Aways:

·         Discover the key areas where validation is the natural outcome of a rigorous system implementation
·         Identify the one main reason for uncertainty and delay in implementation and validation
·         See how validation controls improve system quality
·         Learn how to integrate the overall project plan with the validation plan and why it really matters

Who Should Attend:

·         Laboratory Directors, Managers and Analysts
·         IT Project Managers
·         IT Executives and Leaders
·         Quality Assurance and IT Quality Professionals

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Connecting implementation and validation tasks, at the project planning phase, can help assure a successful project outcome.  Spend an hour learning how this connection is natural and beneficial.

This is a complimentary hour long presentation including a Q & A section.



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