Jan06

Effectively Managing Your Billing Compliance with a CTMS

Managing billing compliance is one of the most widely discussed topics in the clinical research community. With dozens of potential issues associated with billing, it makes perfect sense why so many people take it so seriously. Effectively managing billing activity for clinical trials can be a difficult, time consuming and arduous process, with the potential […]

Dec31

The Future of Clinical Trials: The Collaborative CTMS

What is a Collaborative CTMS? Traditionally, clinical trial management systems (CTMS) have been designed as stand-alone applications for either research sites or for organizations that manage multi-site research, including CROs, SMOs, AMCs, provider networks and many others. However, it has become apparent in the research community that there is a need for collaboration between these […]

Dec18

Wake Up from the Nightmare: Nine Steps to Reaching Physician and Staff Schedule Success

Generating a complete schedule for a hospital department or specialty practice can be a highly complex process that can take weeks to complete successfully. Unfortunately, many organizations face this problem on a daily basis, with no relief in sight. However, there are finally solutions that give scheduling administrators all of the tools needed to build […]

Dec11

Taking Control of Project Management by Using a CTMS Application

What is Project Management? Project management is the process of organizing and controlling an organization’s clinical trial resources throughout the duration of a trial. Maintaining tight control of these resources is essential in ensuring the trial is completed on time, on budget and with quality and accuracy. Failure to properly manage clinical trials could result […]

Dec03

Using a CTMS to Monitor Your Trial Risk

A recent article in Applied Clinical Trials magazine made some interesting points regarding the clinical trial industry and its slow adoption of new technology. Compared to many industries, the clinical industry is more reluctant to embrace new technology available in the marketplace. Interestingly enough, this slow adoption rate is less about comfort in old technology […]