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Event Date: September 16, 2021, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
Registration Deadline: September 15, 2021, 11:59 PM ET
Member: $0 | Nonmember: $0
Note: This sponsored techXpo session does not provide ACRP Contact Hours. By participating, you consent to ACRP sharing your name, title, organization, and physical mailing address with the techXpo session sponsor.
Meeting regulatory compliance requirements can be strenuous and drain a site’s resources. This session shows that achieving regulatory compliance is primarily a collaborative exercise, involving coordination and partnership between multiple roles and stakeholders, sites as well as their technology solution providers. In the changing landscape of research, sites can reduce compliance risks and achieve new efficiencies by using a comprehensive and unified research management ecosystem including electronic paper binders, EDC, remote patient engagement and data monitoring capabilities.
Join experts from WCG Velos and the University of Kansas Medical Center to learn:
• Top practices and processes sites follow to meet compliance standards including their technology infrastructure, validation checks, processes, SOPs, and set-up used to ensure regulatory compliance.
• The importance of implementing and adopting a secure and compliant Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) like Velos eResearch that helps sustain research and meets compliance standards such as HIPAA and 21 CFR Part 11 amidst and beyond a pandemic.
• How key system integrations such as those between the CTMS, eIRB, eRegulatory, Financial, and/ or EHR systems enable safer, faster, and more compliant trials.
This techXpo session is sponsored by WCG Velos and the University of Kansas Medical Center, in conjunction with ACRP 2021.
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