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How to Build a Successful and Sustainable Coverage Analysis Team

Having a team of coverage analysts to ensure compliant clinical trial financial management can be invaluable. Learn what to look for in your coverage analysts and how to build a successful team.

How to Generate Leadership Buy-In for a Research Evaluation System

The business case for a research evaluation system may seem clear to you. The reduced administrative burden, improved data accuracy and integrity, and ability to proactively plan and make data-informed decisions facilitated by a research evaluation technology solution all offer significant efficiency gains for a research administration department. But the benefits may not seem as

How Technology and System Integration Can Improve Your Billing Compliance

Choosing the right CTMS can enhance your billing compliance and minimize risk.

Expand your clinical research knowledge and earn valuable CEUs at the 2019 Spring Onsemble Conference

Join us at the premiere conference for the research community for education, networking, collaboration, and a chance to earn CBRN and ACRP continuing education credits.

Using Integrated CTMS and eReg Systems to Build New Clinical Research Efficiencies

Learn how an eRegulatory-CTMS integration can improve workflows and bring additional benefits to your institutional research operations.

Beginner’s Guide to Telling Your Cancer Center’s Story

If the data your cancer center needs for grant applications currently lives in multiple disconnected systems, requiring you to compile information in cumbersome and often inaccurate spreadsheets, it may be time to consider how technology can help. Research evaluation software can help you tell your center’s story and demonstrate value to the NCI, NIH and

The More You Know: How Research Center Data is Key to Improving Clinical Research

The Challenge with the Current Approach  Metrics, analytics, artificial intelligence, big data…these are the hot topics of clinical research today, all in hopes of finding the magic bullet to plan trials, predict site performance and select the best sites, and execute trials successfully. There are so many initiatives along these lines, and while there are certainly plenty of exciting endeavors and progress being made,

A Founder’s Perspective: 2018 Year in Review

Each year, Forte strives to help customers unleash their research potential, and 2018 was no exception. We had another remarkable year at Forte, with innovations and developments to our products and services, growth at our company and in our customer community, recognition within the clinical research technology industry, and in giving back to our community

Better Together: Site and Sponsor Collaboration to Revolutionize eSource in Clinical Trials 

Forte’s mission to better connect Sites and Sponsors is embodied in the Trial Data Exchange (formerly known as DIRECT). Our goal is to standardize and automate the data exchange between stakeholders rather than relying on per protocol solutions, manual data entry and manual report compilation. While the Trial Data Exchange will be able to exchange

Breaking Down the CCSG: An Overview of the Cancer Center Support Grant

This article is designed to help give you some background on the CCSG. It’s a good starting point if you’re just getting acquainted with the grant and its requirements.

Driving Efficiency through Operational Data Exchange 

We are actively working on several initiatives that will create breakthrough efficiencies within individual Sites and also between Sites and Sponsors.  

Clinical Research & Technology Competency – Where Do We Stand? 

As technology is having an increasingly greater impact on the conduct of clinical research, professionals must learn and manage multiple new systems, tools and technologies requiring broader, more sophisticated skills and competencies.    ACRP has worked to define competencies for the clinical research workforce and technology is encompassed in one of those competencies. However, there’s currently no organized evidence on what

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