November 8, 2022

PiVOT CTSS Manager selected as Speaker for HIMSCON.PH 2022


We want to congratulate our Regulatory, Pharmacovigilance, and Non-Interventional Studies Manager for PiVOT, Charles Anthony Suarez, for being selected as one of the speakers for this year’s Healthcare Information Management Services Conference (HIMSCON.PH) 2022: HIMS Re-imagined to be held this November 9-11, 2022 via Zoom and in person at Marquis Events Place in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.


Charles is part of the pioneer team of PiVOT CRO and helped set it up in 2018. He is a registered pharmacist with over 12 years of experience in the Pharma Industry. He has been involved in Clinical Trials, Phases 1 to 4, covering therapeutic areas of Cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology (Diabetes), Immunology (Vaccines), Neurology, Nutritionals, Oncology, Ophthalmology, and Psychiatry. He took his BS in Pharmacy from the University of Santo Tomas, and his Postgraduate studies in International Health at the University of the Philippines focused on Health Systems Management. He is currently taking his Masteral in Health Social Science (Medical Sociology) from De La Salle University Manila as a full scholar.


He will be discussing the topic of “Understanding Drug Safety amidst the increasing demand for Clinical Research in the Philippines,” where he will cover some critical issues regarding Drug Safety, Regulatory, and Pharmacovigilance capabilities in the Philippines.


With the theme “HIMSCON.PH 2022: HIMS Re-imagined,” this year’s HIMSCON will highlight the impact of global and local trends and how the industry exhibited its resiliency through the changing times.


The conference agenda will comprise plenary and break-out sessions for business, technology, and talent, featuring actual case study presentations. This yearly event is expected to draw 300 Healthcare BPM Executives and experts.


To register for this 3-day conference, you may sign up here.
To register for attendance at the HIMAP Awards Ceremony, you may sign up here.

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