The Center for Professional Innovation and Education (CfPIE) is pleased to announce that they will offer a new training program geared towards improving security and data storage for clinical trials and the R&D pipeline. Life Science professionals wishing to prepare in advance of the 2023 FDA Drug Supply Chain Security Act will greatly benefit from attending the Advanced Blockchain Concepts for the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industries on May 13-14, 2019. —
The course will be taught by Edward Bukstel, CEO of Clinical Blockchain. Bukstel has more than 25 years of experience in clinical data integration, data security, and communications. He designed one of the first Electronic Medical Record Systems that incorporated data communications standards, and was a founding member of the ASTM E1238 Standard for Interoperability and Communication of Clinical Laboratory Data that became the foundation of HL7. He also designed the first client server (Novell Netware) Clinical Trials Protocol Management System (Roche, Otsuka) and Centralized Laboratory Surveillance Systems (Otsuka, Janssen).
Partnering with Mark Mazzie, CEO of CfPIE, was a logical next step for Bukstel, who, as the CEO of Clinical Blockchain is a leading advocate for early adoption of technology that will make end-to-end tracking easy, and prevent data breach, failures and the possibility of falsified data.
“My goal for the course is that everyone will leave with a new perspective on how blockchain will affect R&D, compliance and regulation, and patient trust. Security is a given with large-scale pharmaceutical companies, but the possibilities of pharmaceutical use-case implementations of zero-knowledge proofs for patients will open an entirely new set of business initiatives for manufacturers to consider.”
To learn more about the Advanced Blockchain Concepts for the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industries course, visit the CFPIE website or call 1-610-648-7550. Registration is now open for the course, and early bird discounts are available.
The Center for Professional Innovation and Education (CfPIE) provides technical training for Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Medical Device and Skin/Cosmetics professionals. CfPIE offers more than 350 class sessions annually across 80 course titles in multiple formats, such as classroom, on-site and certification programs.
About Clinical Blockchain:
Clinical Blockchain is a blockchain start-up specifically targeting the healthcare industries including Non-Profit, Telecommunications, Pharmaceutical, Health Care Systems, Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials, Search Engine Innovation and Electronic Medical Records (EMR). Clinical Blockchain prioritizes clinical information and patient-to-physician messaging, allowing you to manage your healthcare decisions in a creative marketplace.
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