SCDM 2020 Annual Conference

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SCDM 2020 Annual Conference

San Antonio, Texas | September 13 – 16

SCDM is proud to announce that our next destination for the SCDM 2020 Annual Conference will be San Antonio, Texas!



The SCDM Annual Conference is an unforgettable professional experience, offering you unrivalled opportunities to discover cutting-edge solutions and best practices in the Clinical Data Management industry. Our objective is to guarantee progress in the healthcare sector, advancing our members and participants’ goals worldwide.


Every year, experts from all over the world gather at the Conference to share a common passion for CDM. The event inspires attendees to bring a new perspective to their careers, workplaces and the wider industry.


Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the 26th SCDM Annual Conference,

For more information and support please contact Florian Cartoux “”– plan your sponsorship activities!



September 13-16, 2020
Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa
9800 Hyatt Resort Drive
San Antonio, Texas, USA, 78251

Discover Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa nestled in the scenic Texas Hill Country. Twenty minutes from downtown San Antonio, the resort provides a memorable experience combining authentic Texas hospitality with the comfort and charm of a country ranch house.

SCDM has negotiated preferential rates of $249.00++ at the conference venue to be booked until August 14, 2020 the latest.

To make your reservations, please click here.

If you need additional assistance, please contact us at 877-803-7534 or click here to find contact information by Region.

If the group rate is no longer available, prevailing rates may be offered for some or all of your dates.


San Antonio, is were history comes to life . The city’s rich culture offers an authentic glimpse of early Spanish colonial life in the Southwest. As the first civilian settlement in Texas, San Antonio de Béxar was founded in 1718. Today, many of the city’s early architectural and cultural elements remain, allowing visitors to see into the city’s storied past first-hand.

UNESCO World Heritage Site

In San Antonio, they cherish their heritage and take our city’s history seriously. But that doesn’t mean you won’t have fun exploring what’s old and discovering what’s new. Don’t believe us? Take the Missions National Historical Park, for instance. Along with the Alamo, the park was named the first World Heritage Site in Texas by the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO), and includes the city’s four southernmost Spanish colonial missions – Concepción, San José, San Juan and Espada. In the 18th century, Spanish priests established these five Catholic missions along the San Antonio River to serve as the center of an ethnically diverse society. Today, the missions – walled compounds encompassing a church and buildings where the priests and local Native Americans lived – represent the largest concentration of Spanish colonial missions in North America.

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