Insurance and Risk Management for Clinical Research Sites - Society for Clinical Research Sites – SCRS

Insurance and Risk Management for Clinical Research Sites

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

Course Description

Understand the risk and exposures that sites face when performing clinical trials.  Insurance is one tool to transfer risk but aligning contractual obligations and insurance is vital to protect your organization.   We will go over the nuances of an ideal insurance policy and discuss the critical areas of a contract to be aware of.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the exposures a site faces
2. What indemnification means in a clinical trial agreement
3. Risk management tools and strategies in mitigating losses


Michael Yon, President, Hylant
Mr. Michael Yon has been President of Hylant Nashville Office at Hylant Group, Inc. since May 2016. Mr. Yon is responsible for developing the strategic vision and driving the continued growth and profitability of the Nashville office. Joining Hylant in 2002, Mr. Yon has designed and managed many diverse property and casualty insurance programs, including specialized solutions for pharmaceutical, medical device and clinical research affiliated companies.

Nathan O’Tool, Vice President, CRC Swett
Nathan is a Vice President and Casualty Broker at CRC Swett and a member of the Life Sciences Practice Group.  He is a licensed attorney with experience in both insurance and contract law.  He has also lectured on the issue of contract indemnification and its specific application in the clinical research industry.   He is a magna cum laude graduate from the William Mitchell College of Law and served as assistant editor for the William Mitchel Law Review.


Please note: SCRS will send out information on how to access the webinar on the morning of the event.

Society for Clinical Research Sites, Inc. is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.


To obtain your Contact Hours for this webinar:

  1. The webinar must be watched in its entirety.
  2. The post-webinar survey immediately following this webinar must be completed in its entirety.
  3. Your contact hour certificate will be sent to you within 30 days of you viewing this webinar.
  4. The contact hour certificate will be sent to the email address provided when you registered.

Planners, presenters, faculty, authors, and content reviewers do not have any relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest.

This webinar does not imply any endorsement of products or services by the Society for Clinical Research Sites or ANCC.

The materials and recording of this webinar will be available for one year as an archive, but will not award any contact hours.