Complion, the industry-leading regulatory and document management platform for clinical research sites, will be speaking and exhibiting at the 9th Annual AACI Clinical Research Initiative Meeting from July 12-13, 2017.
Complion Founder and CEO, Rick Arlow, will be conducting a vendor presentation on Thursday, July 13, entitled, Going Paperless: Managing Regulatory & Clinical Trial Documents in Complion. Mr. Arlow will discuss best practices for managing regulatory and clinical trial documentation in cancer centers. In particular, he will explore document and information management from a research enterprise perspective, defining how systems and teams can (and should) function together to centralize information and drive performance.
Members of the Complion leadership team, Cristina Ferrazzano Yaussy, MPH, CCRP and Tom Battle, will also be onsite to connect with AACI members during the poster session on Wednesday, July 12, and throughout the meeting. Mrs. Ferrazzano Yaussy and Mr. Battle collaborated with two AACI cancer centers to submit abstracts for this year's meeting:
Minimizing Information Redundancy Across the Institution and Improving Quality with Centralized Regulatory Document Management [pdf]
Andrew Nilson1; Rosa Hsieh1; Cristina Ferrazzano Yaussy, MPH, CCRP2; Tom Battle2
1Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami Health System; 2Complion, Inc.
Document Management Beyond Regulatory. Breaking Down Silos and Cultivating Effective Collaboration [pdf]
Amy MK Rovitelli, MS, CHRC1; Tina Marie Bowdish, MS, CRCP, CHRC1; Tom Battle2; Cristina Ferrazzano Yaussy, MPH, CCRP2
1Wilmot Cancer Institute, University of Rochester Medical Center; 2Complion, Inc.
The AACI CRI annual meeting provides opportunities for clinical trials office administrative directors and staff to share best practices – through peer-to-peer networking, collaboration and ongoing communication – that can lead to more effective cancer treatments. To learn more about this event, visit http://www.aaci-cancer.org/cri_meeting/index.asp.