(February 18)

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Webinar Description:

Life Science companies need a new engine for drug development to meet higher patient expectations, more stringent regulatory demands, and extreme pressure from global competition. Trends such as the digitization of healthcare data along with advances in computing power and AI create opportunities to transform operations and harness the forces of changes.

Organizations know they should do something, but not all problem-solving approaches are equal. Some hold promise, while others present only peril. During this live webinar, M. Hall Gregg, Life Sciences IT Advisor at MHG, ex VP Business Technology, R&D at Pfizer and Scott Parker, Director of Product Marketing will tag team to help navigate the complex problem and solution landscapes by surfacing some empirical examples, including:

  • How one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical organizations leverages Insight Engine capabilities to bring products to market more quickly and for less cost
  • How one of the world’s most reputable life science companies enables employees through a single interface to query millions of records from both internal and external sources for clinical, regulatory, quality and corporate content
  • How one global biopharmaceutical company optimizes pre-clinical, phase 1 and 2 drug test risk monitoring for earlier identification of problems to create more accurate end-point achievements and improve pass/fail ratios


M. Hall GregM. Hall Greg

Life Sciences IT Advisor

MHG Consulting - Preious experience as VP of R&D for Pfizer, Amgen, Quest Diagnostic, and Red Cross

M. Hall Gregg, Life Sciences IT Advisor for MHG Consulting and former Vice President of Business Technology, Research and Development at Pfizer. She has spent over two decades in healthcare, including a six year stint as the Vice President of Business Information Systems at the American Red Cross.

Scott ParkerScott Parker

Director of Product Marketing


As a Product Marketer, Scott helps organizations become information-driven. He believes that using modern technology to connect individual workers to the accumulated knowledge and expertise of an organization in order to do their jobs more effectively improves the overall performance of the entire organization.

Cost: No cost!