To ensure clinical trial billing compliance, research professionals should inspect their program, measure risks, and assemble the team members who can make billing compliance better.
While the benefits that can accrue to one’s personal career development and networking trajectory from presenting at a major conference are noteworthy, they don’t stop there. Elisa Cascade, MBA, a member of the Conference Content Advisory Team that is building the program for the ACRP 2024 meeting, urges potential speakers to think about the knock-on effect a high-quality, memorable presentation can have for the reputations and visibility of the organizations they come from.
Although there are challenges and drawbacks to implementing artificial intelligence (AI) in clinical trials, it has potential benefits that make it a viable tool for the pharmaceutical industry.
Understanding the needs of your customers and getting them right the first time builds customer satisfaction and a sustainable business strategy. That seemingly simple objective is at the heart of a strong quality culture.
When organizations collaborate, sponsors can leverage unique expertise, unparalleled resources, and an established, stable infrastructure, including research, sites, donors, partnerships, and scientific and operational expertise.