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How Moving to Medrio eSource Is Improving Clinical Trials for Linear Clinical Research


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Webinar Notes

This case study session explores Linear Clinical Research’s journey to increase the efficiency of their clinical trials. Michael Winlo of Linear Clinical Research and Fred Martin of Medrio join forces to discuss the impact of Medrio eSource on Linear’s clinical trial sites one year after adoption. The presentation will cover:

How going digital is improving site efficiency:

  • The benefits of remote monitoring 
  • Why real-time access to raw data allows for better trial transparency and global collaboration 
  • How this comes together to help compress trial timelines

Webinar Hosts

Michael Winlo

CEO, Linear Clinical Research

Michael's passion is helping build tech-enabled and people-orientated companies to tackle complex challenges in healthcare. He loves executing big ideas and is an active mentor and advisor in the local health tech translation scene.

Michael's professional skills and interests cover clinical medicine, clinical trials, data science as well as business and people development.

Currently, he is working with a committed team to build a better care model for people with unmet disease. One that involves the patient and smarter health data capture technology to improve knowledge-generation at the bedside.

Fred Martin

Chief Product Officer, Medrio

Fred Martin has built a career in healthcare over the course of nearly two decades, and has developed healthcare systems, BI/Analytics solutions, workflow tools for hospitals, and more. He has served in Director of VP positions at companies including PointClickCare, Press Ganey, and Premier Healthcare Alliance. He brings broad experience in user-centered design and bridging consumer-centric front-end web applications and technology infrastructures to his role at Medrio. Martin holds an MBA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; an MILR from Cornell University; and a BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder.