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Fewer manual processes. Streamlined workflows. Increased consistency. Cost and resource preservation.

Organizations, including pharma, med device, CROs, and medical information/poison control call centers, can leverage artificial intelligence (AI) and automation to revolutionize their end-to-end safety and PV operations.

Please join us for a one-hour webinar, in which you will learn how you can use AI and automation with your complementary PV/drug safety platforms to support your innovation journey.

Topics and demonstrations that will be covered revolve around:

  • AI and automation for adverse events (AE) intake, processing, and medical reviews
  • AI and automation for MedDRA coding
  • Hands-off case processing harmonization
  • Data insights and visualization


Kari Blaho-OwensKari Blaho-Owens, Ph.D.

Director, Safety and Pharmacovigilance


Kari Blaho-Owens received her graduate degree in pharmacology and clinical therapeutics from LSU Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, US. She was the research director and clinical toxicologist consultant in the emergency department at UT College of Medicine. Kari also served as the global head of PV at a major company. She is currently the head of PV at Perficient, where she leads a team that implements fit-for-purpose technology solutions and provides pharmacovigilance consulting. Kari is also a peer reviewer for the DIA.

Prabha RanganathanPrabha Ranganathan

Director, Clinical Data Warehousing and AnalyticsTop of Form


Prabha works closely with life sciences companies to design and implement innovative clinical data review and cleaning solutions using a variety of technologies. With a clear understanding of the industry and strong technical knowledge, she brings a unique skill set to solve complex problems.

Prabha received her MBA from Babson College and an M.S, in Computer Science from Illinois Institute of Technology. She has also completed the Health Information Technology Leadership Development Program at Harvard and Professional Certificate Program in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence at MIT.

Christine LivingstonChristine Livingston

Chief Strategist, AI


Christine Livingston leads Perficient’s AI practice with 10 years of advanced technology experience. Her team prides themselves in proven successful deployments that yield strong ROI for our customers.

Christine and her team help clients uncover hidden insights, identify trends, enhance existing applications, and scale their expertise. Perficient’s AI practice boasts a background in analytics, unstructured content management, and case management to design and deliver transformative AI solutions.

Christine's background, including a master’s degree in engineering from Columbia University, aids her analysis of complex business problems and the ability to develop innovative cognitive applications.