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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

University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute Abstract Awarded 1st Place for 10th Annual AACI CRI Meeting

Posted by Abbie Hosta on Jul 3, 2018 2:39:48 PM

As recently announced by the Association of American Cancer Institutes, an abstract created in a collaboration by the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute and Complion has been awarded first place by the AACI CRI steering committee and selected to be presented in formal sessions at the 10th Annual AACI Clinical Research Initiative Meeting, July 11-12, in Chicago.

Selected from among a record 68 submissions, the winning entry, “Building a Strong Foundation: How Leveraging Cross Collaboration Can Improve Standardization and Adoption of an eRegulatory Solution,” was written by Trisha Wise-Draper, MD, PhD; Justin Osborne; Benjamin Quast, MBA, CCRP; Emily Werff, all from the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute, and Michael Hurley, MBA, of Complion.

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Topics: Standardization, Regulatory Compliance, eRegulatory, Cancer Center, News, Document Management

Clinical Site Regulatory Processes: The Case for Standards

Posted by Paul Baechtold on Jun 18, 2018 9:00:00 AM
“Uncontrolled variation is the enemy of quality.” 

-- William Edwards Deming 

The concept of standards is not new.

People throughout time, in all eras, geographies, and industries have looked to create standards as a way to improve efficiency and reduce variance of outcomes.

For instance, King Henry I of England standardized measurement in 1120 AD by instituting the ell, which was equivalent to the length of his arm. Another example is that the Egyptians were the first to develop the 365-day calendar and are often credited with logging 4236 BC as the first year in recorded history. In 2009, a cross-section of life science companies, contract research organizations, technical vendors, industry groups and others established the Trial Master File (TMF) Reference Model to develop a standardized taxonomy and nomenclature for organization of TMF content.

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Topics: eRegulatory, Standardization, Automation

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