Industry event: PV automation & Artificial Intelligence
Time & Location
About the Event
Pharmacovigilance is under pressure to reduce cost of processing, while embracing more data. Automation of PV is a crucial step to reach the goals set forward, and many pharma companies have now embarked on piloting new forms of automation.
This event will shed light on how far we have come as an industry, examine current and future aspirations, and also look at what the available technology can provide.
The event is complimentary and we would like to invite all pharma and biotech companies, especially in the Nordic region to attend.
9:30-9:35 Welcome and event introduction by David Judge, Oracle
9:35-10:00 Is outsourcing dead?
Perspectives on automation, robotic process automation and artificial intelligence in the pharmaceutical industry
by Martin Holm-Petersen, Insife
10:00-10:25 Automation, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence in pharmacovigilance
by Phil Tregunno, MHRA
10:25-10:50 Driving PV efficiency via automation - a Proof of Concept
by Stefan Knold and Marlene Quitzau, Ferring
11:20-11:45 A process automation pilot: A case study from ALK
by Peter Fejerskov / Bernt Husøy, ALK
11:45-12:10 Next generation ICSR intake
by Michael Braun-Boghos, Oracle
12:10-13:10 Networking Lunch
13:10-13:35 Considerating the regulatory framework, audits and inspections of automated systems
Facilitated roundtable discussion with Industry and Authority delegates, sharing current learnings and viewpoints, potential barriers and benefits. We will approach the questions of "when is an automated system good enough to replace a manual process and how do you test and validate a learning system?".
13:35-14:10 Lessons learned from innovation in life sciences – building a portfolio of change
by Troels Bærentzen, LEO Innovation Lab
14:10-14:35 Automating EMA EudraVigilance ICSR download, triage and E2b conversions
by Francois Audibert, Vitrana
15:00-15:25 AI in Pharmacovigilance - case study from Astra Zeneca
by James Whitehead, Astra Zeneca
15:25-15:50 Achieving global benefits of applying automation to integrated processes: Automating the PSMF as an example
by Peter Stroyer Pallesen, Insife
15:50-16:15 AI in signal detection and signal management
by Robert Weber, Oracle
16:15-16:30 Conclusions/Meeting end
by David Judge, Oracle