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CRO

(Chief Robotics Officer) The executive responsible for integrating robots into the company for both office functions and manufacturing. It is estimated that by 2025, more than 60% of corporations worldwide will have a chief robotics officer. See robotics and AI.
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While we still see patient recruitment, study start-up, and on-time delivery as key performance factors influencing perceptions of leadership today, it is interesting to see the correlation of scores from Covance, Parexel and Quintiles for their technology and informatics strength with the companies most likely to be future leaders in the category," said Jon Meyer, Life Science Strategy Group's CRO Industry Practice Leader.
The question of expertise of the CRO has also been addressed by the proposed rules and this could present an interesting problem--namely, how to fill the position with a properly qualified person.
The CRO Leadership awards are based on industry research conducted by Nice Insight, a well-respected marketing company.
We listened to our eClinical CRO customers, sponsors and the wider community to understand business pain-points, as well as the overall experience of working with technology product providers," said Mukhtar Ahmed, BioClinica's eClinical business segment president.
About 60 percent of insurers have a CRO, and of those about half were appointed in the last three years," said Doug French, global director of the Insurance and Actuarial Advisory Services practice of the professional services firm Ernst & Young, which conducted the study.
Because CROs bid against one another for business, CRO physicians are called upon to assist with bid development and to participate in the actual sales presentation (called a "bid defense") to the potential client (called a "sponsor").
PSI CRO is a contract research organization otherwise known as a CRO-an organization that performs clinical trials for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical industries.
Development environment of China's CRO industry, including international environment, industry environment, and regional market
Life Science Leader's readership of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical executives have told us about their struggles in vetting CRO partners.
As a teacher, the CRO educates the people within the business to ensure that risk is properly understood across the organization and that objectives, business procedures, controls, data and reporting reflect this understanding.
Burnett-Stohner's sense of the timing of the CRO emergence dovetails with that of two Tillinghast-Towers Perrin consultants, Jerry Miccolis and Charles Lee, who wrote in a 2002 article that "less than one-third of companies practicing some form of ERM have a CRO (the proportion is smaller in the U.