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Tough decisions? See into your eRegulatory future at 2017 Global Site Solutions Summit

Posted on Sep 12, 2017 12:43:33 PM

In life and in business, so many tough decisions would be so much easier to make if you only had the ability to see into the future. But in the real world, the best you can do is to draw on the experience of others who have faced similar critical decisions, learned what works and what doesn’t, and applied those lessons to shape your decision.

For most sites the transition to an eRegulatory system is not a matter of if, but when. Fortunately, you have a unique opportunity to draw on the experience of panel of professionals who have completed that transformation at the 2017 Global Site Solutions Summit, taking place October 6-8, 2017 in Boca Raton, FL.

During the Master Workshop, Effective eRegulatory and Document Management – What Successful Sites are Doing, an interactive panel discussion will examine different eRegulatory and document management solutions and share best practices established at sites that have successfully completed the transition.

You’ll have the opportunity ask questions and draw on the experience of professionals who have led successful transition efforts at research sites. The panel includes:

  • Bryce Palchick, MD - Preferred Primary Care Physicians
  • Sarah M. Dobrosky, CCRC - Clinical Research Manager, Preferred Primary Care Physicians
  • Neal H. Surasky, CCRC - Director of Compliance, Chesapeake Research Group, LLC
  • Rick Arlow - Founder/CEO, Complion

Complion will also be exhibiting at booth 103 to connect with the research community and share insights on how sites can increase efficiency and compliance with our cloud-based, 21 CFR Part 11 compliant eRegulatory platform. 

To learn more about Complion, visit

For more 2017 Global Site Solutions Summit event information, visit 


Topics: eRegulatory, Events, Paperless Clinical Trials, Regulatory Compliance, Document Management

Abbie Hosta

Written by Abbie Hosta

Abbie manages the educational and marketing efforts at Complion, a company dedicated to transforming the way clinical trial documentation is maintained. She is passionate about technology, education, and finding new ways to solve old problems. Her goal is to deliver knowledge and value in every interaction. Abbie has a B.A. from Baldwin-Wallace University where she studied Marketing and Human Resources.

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