Driving Informed Decisions by Collaborating on Site Selection - Society for Clinical Research Sites – SCRS

Driving Informed Decisions by Collaborating on Site Selection

$79.00 (Non-Member Price)
$0.00 (SCRS members – Included as member benefit, no additional cost)

Archived webinars do not provide contact hour credits.

Course Description
In site selection, the Sponsor and CRO are not the only decision-makers.  The site must also decide which Sponsors/CROs are the best choice for them. Making the right decision on both sides requires a two-way dialogue that starts by defining site performance and measuring it appropriately, from study startup through study execution. The webinar will focus on study startup and discuss site selection practices from both the site and the Sponsor/CRO perspective.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand considerations for assessing the fit between sites and Sponsors/CROs
  2. The importance of establishing a two-way dialogue—Questions that sites need to consider before they commit to a study
  3. What is site performance? Measuring site performance in the context of study startup, and the use of scorecards & metrics to drive informed site selection

Charles Curran
Senior Director, Product Management

Charles is a seasoned product management professional with over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Prior to goBalto, Charles was in charge of product management at Change Healthcare. He holds a patent in patient identity and has two additional patents currently pending in the healthcare IT space. Charles was a contributing member to the Direct Trust project helping to create a new standard for healthcare communication in the US, and has testified to the HHS on challenges of healthcare interoperability.


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