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.
If your research site still relies on physical signatures on training documents, event reporting, financial disclosures and other records, take a moment to consider what that entails. Even if you are storing digital copies of those documents, your reliance on wet signatures means you need to print out a hard copy, chase down the physician or coordinator whose signature is required, then scan the signed document back into digital form for storage.
That’s a lot of time, effort, and resources that could be devoted to more important tasks.
Electronic signatures (eSignatures) can help your site overcome that considerable obstacle and achieve the full potential for productivity and efficiency. You’ll learn how, and get answers to your questions about the adoption and use of eSignatures, in Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Streamlining Regulatory Processes with eSignatures, an upcoming Clinical Conductor webinar featuring Jeremy Rigby, President and Executive Director of Advanced Clinical Research, and Lisa Bozza Archer, Senior Account Manager of Complion’s Customer Success Team.
In this webinar, Jeremy and Lisa will share insight and expertise on eSignature adoption trends in clinical research, explain the governing regulations, and explore best practices for improving regulatory processes and driving adoption among PIs and staff.
March 21, 2018 at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT