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Complion is the leading software platform used by clinical research sites to manage regulatory and trial documentation. Our standardized solution helps sites reduce redundancy, eliminate duplication of documents, and provide the right people with secure access to the single source of the truth.
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Complion to Exhibit at 2018 MAGI West

Posted by Complion on Oct 19, 2018 9:54:36 AM

Complion, the industry leading eRegulatory platform for clinical research sites, will be speaking and exhibiting at the 2018 MAGI West conference, taking place in San Diego, California October 21-24, 2018. 

Complion Founder & CEO, Rick Arlow, will be a panelist on the session, ISF/TMF Integration, to share insights on how sites and sponsors can work together to ensure complete and accurate records and streamline regulatory tasks. 

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Topics: Events

eRegulatory Buyer's Guide: A 38-Point Checklist for Choosing the Right Solution

Posted by Complion on Aug 21, 2018 12:46:07 PM

Download your at-a-glance guide to choosing an eRegulatory solution.

As a research coordinator or administrator, being buried under a mountain of paper files is something that doesn’t have to happen often before the light bulb in your head suddenly glows with the realization that there must be a better way.

Light bulbs are clicking on in similar fashion across the industry, and their accumulated illumination is shining on eRegulatory systems. The rate at which organizations are adopting eRegulatory systems makes it quite clear that it’s only a matter of time before the eRegulatory bandwagon shows up in your site’s parking lot.

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Topics: Document Management, Paperless Research Sites, Regulatory Compliance, Paperless Clinical Trials, eRegulatory, Electronic Signatures, Standardization

Mightier than the Sword, but Killing Efficiency

Posted by Complion on Mar 12, 2018 11:06:20 AM

New Webinar Examines Opportunities to Streamline Regulatory Processes with eSignatures

A pen is great for jotting down a quick reminder on a sticky note. Pens make great gifts for associates, and are inexpensive and effective swag at business conferences. You probably have a drawer full of pens in your desk, and at this very moment a pen may be staining your shirt. But that innocuous, ink-filled stick nestled in your shirt pocket can be an enormous obstacle to productivity and efficiency for your clinical research site.

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Topics: Electronic Signatures

Bio-Optronics and Complion Announce Integration to Unify Best-in-Class CTMS and eRegulatory Solutions for Clinical Research Organizations

Posted by Complion on Nov 12, 2017 11:31:02 AM

Complion_BioOptronics_Partner.pngNovember 11, 2017 – ROCHESTER, NY – Bio-Optronics, the makers of the market leader Clinical Conductor Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS), and Complion, the powerful eRegulatory and document management platform for sites, have partnered to integrate their best-in-class solutions to deliver an industry-leading solution for research organizations.

The companies are building upon their long-standing commitment to meet customer needs and develop innovative solutions to empower investigative sites to run the world’s best research. This integration introduces a highly robust application suite, enabling research organizations to operate efficiently and profitably, while maintaining compliance with 21 CFR Part 11, HIPAA, and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).

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Topics: CTMS, eRegulatory, News, Billing Compliance, Document Management, Regulatory Compliance

Q&A from "Best Practices for Participant Safety: Assessment Documentation and Reporting of Adverse Events"

Posted by Complion on Aug 18, 2017 10:10:53 AM

The following was provided by the audience question and answer session that was part of the Complion webinar, “Best Practices for Participant Safety: Assessment, Documentation & Reporting of Adverse Events,” featuring Elizabeth Ness, MS, BSN, RN at the Center for Cancer Research, NCI, Ilana Logvinov, RN, MSN, CCRP at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, and Yolanda McKinney, RN, BSN, CCRC at the Center for Cancer Research, NCI.

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Topics: Compliance, Safety Reporting, Adverse Events

Complion to Participate in 9th Annual AACI Clinical Research Initiative Meeting

Posted by Complion on Jul 7, 2017 10:26:27 AM

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.

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Topics: News, Events

Complion to Exhibit at AAHRPP Annual Conference

Posted by Complion on May 9, 2017 9:37:21 AM

 

Complion will be exhibiting at the 2017 AAHRPP Annual Conference in Detroit Michigan from May 10th - 11th. Our team will be at booth 112 to connect with the research community and share knowledge.

Complion's 21 CFR Part 11 compliant platform helps accredited and non-accredited sites, hospitals, health systems, cancer centers and academic medical centers save time and focus on medical advancements while maintaining safety and compliance.

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Topics: Events, News

Understanding the Role of IRBs in Clinical Research: A Quick Guide

Posted by Complion on Jan 16, 2017 8:11:37 AM

The ultimate goal of clinical research is to provide relief from, if not outright cures for, the various maladies and infirmities that plague human beings. In the ever-evolving world of research, history has shown that human frailties of another variety can sometimes send the pursuit of that goal down a less noble path. Effective regulation helps to ensure that that ultimate goal remains dominant among the many motivations that drive research.

Institutional review boards are an important example of regulatory efforts to insure the protection of the rights of human research subjects, as well as the protection of the patients who will ultimately benefit from the treatments resulting from that research.

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Topics: Human Subject Protection, Clinical Research Ethics, Compliance

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