Yearly Archives: 2016

23 04, 2016

Florence Trial Site eBinder Usage Grows Over 560% in March


Florence becomes industry’s fastest-growing eBinder tool with 6x usage growth in one month; welcomes major centers as customers. Association for Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) Conference—The pharmaceutical industry spends roughly $35 billion a year on clinical drug trials to test new therapies. About a third of that amount — $10 billion — is spent on [...]

Florence Trial Site eBinder Usage Grows Over 560% in March2019-08-01T15:04:15-04:00
24 03, 2016

Interview Series: Paperless Clinical Trials


The views expressed in the interview are solely of the individuals involved and do not represent the views of the associated organization. Interviewer: Mike Kassin, MD, Florence Healthcare Learn more about paperless trials today. Speaker: John McAdams, Manager, Data and Safety Monitoring, UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center ___________ With increasing site workload and protocol [...]

Interview Series: Paperless Clinical Trials2019-08-01T15:03:57-04:00
28 02, 2016

The Other Side of EDC and eTMF: A Webinar with SCRS


EDC and eTMF applications streamline data capture for sponsors, but what is the rest of the digital story for sites? How close is the industry really to linking electronic source and moving beyond three-ring regulatory binders? Hear what lies in store for sites in 2016 and how digitization can affect investigator oversight, document processes, [...]

The Other Side of EDC and eTMF: A Webinar with SCRS2019-08-01T15:03:46-04:00
28 01, 2016

Be Audit Ready Now


The phrase “Audit Ready” is casually tossed around as a standard practice for both sites and sponsors. When I worked as a research coordinator I went to great lengths to make sure my binders were audit ready, particularly for one study that was deemed a high risk for inspection due to the novel nature of the [...]

Be Audit Ready Now2019-08-01T15:03:08-04:00
19 01, 2016

Secure Your Records. Protect Your Research.


With banking, stock trading, and now health records becoming electronic, what’s stopping someone from obtaining every detail about our lives? In clinical research, keeping Protected Health Information (PHI) – patients’ personal and identifiable information — secure is the key concern. Losing this means potentially harming the patient, running afoul of laws like HIPAA, and [...]

Secure Your Records. Protect Your Research.2019-08-01T14:49:48-04:00