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Smart Decisions Behind a Successful FDA Inspection with eRegulatory

Posted by Abbie Hosta on Jun 26, 2018 12:30:20 PM
New Case Study Offers Insight into an FDA Inspection from a Research Site using eRegulatory 

If you find yourself standing on a railroad track, you can expect that at some point you’ll hear the distant whistle and rumble of an oncoming train. At that moment the smart decision is to step off the track in preparation of the train’s arrival.

For clinical research sites, FDA inspections are a bit like an oncoming train. They don’t whistle or rumble,  but you know they are coming. You just don’t know exactly when. The difference between getting rolled over by the inspection and surviving unscathed comes down to preparation. What are you doing to step off the tracks?

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Topics: eRegulatory, Paperless Clinical Trials, Compliance, Regulatory Compliance, FDA Inspections, Paperless Research Sites, Electronic Signatures

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

Electronic Signatures in Clinical Research: Lifting the Paper Curse

Posted by Abbie Hosta on Oct 31, 2017 10:23:58 AM

Scenes of someone being relentlessly pursued, perhaps by zombies, vampires, flying sharks, or some combination of any or all of the above, are common on TV during Halloween season. And that’s ok. But somewhat similar scenes are also playing out in the halls of research facilities as research nurses or regulatory coordinators attempt to chase down busy Primary Investigators (PIs) whose signatures are needed on essential documents. Staff members set up ambushes, pen and documents in hand, waiting for unsuspecting PIs. Or they set out the documents where they hope the PIs will see and sign them, which only increases the chances that the documents will disappear.

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Topics: Paperless Clinical Trials, Paperless Research Sites, Electronic Signatures

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