Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
Managing investigator payments is one of the most challenging aspects of running a clinical trial. Even after defining the appropriate remuneration for the investigators you have selected – including country, the therapeutic area, where they work, and what the protocol demands of them – the real work begins.
Finalizing each investigator agreement and ensuring that investigators are paid quickly and accurately after the trial commences is necessary. New demands for transparency, including the Sunshine Act – mean that payment tracking has to be accurate, granular, and easily aggregated, an additional pressure.
Even if this these initial processes go smoothly, new concerns might arise, such as – how do you know how budgeted and expected costs compare to actual costs incurred throughout the trial? How do you use that information to pro-actively manage costs and to better plan trials in the future?
In this webinar, esteemed researchers present new strategies for handling these stresses, including a unique cooperation between IMS GrantPlan and Greenphire’s eClinical GPS that delivers powerful reporting and analytics on costs throughout a clinical trial, allowing you to stay informed as never before.
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