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Monitoring Clinical Trials: A Risk-Based Approach

Sherri Bracy looks at the FDA’s guidance for the oversight of clinical trials and the impact it may have on how investigators manage their studies.

Onsemble Members Inspire and Contribute to Clinical Research Blog

Onsemble conferences provide tremendous value to the clinical research community. What if we could all take a piece of Onsemble with us all year long?

Sanofi’s Zerhouni Advocates for Integrated Drug Development Model

Elias Zerhouni, MD of Sanofi, painted a picture of an integrated and innovative drug discovery process for attendees of BioForward’s event.

A Closer Look at the ‘Cost of Doing Business’

Karen Olson, a former site director, shares insight into some hidden costs to consider when calculating the cost of doing business.

Better Budget Negotiation – Frequently Asked Questions

In follow up to the popular webinar on negotiating clinical trial budgets, Katie Richter of PharmaSeek Financial Services, answers common questions.

Site Selection for Sponsored Trials: How You Can Rank at the Top

The Hoosier Oncology Group, a leading CRO, shares tips for setting your research institution apart from the rest and becoming a “go-to” site.

Forte Celebrates Record Year for OnCore Enterprise Research System

Nine leading clinical research institutions selected the OnCore Enterprise Research system in 2012 to manage their clinical trial operations.

Negotiate Better Budgets With Your Sponsors

Clinical research budgets received from the sponsor often do not reflect the actual costs involved. Here are three tips for effective negotiation.

Disclosure Requirements for Your FAQs Answered (Part 2)

Barbara Godlew, of The FAIRE Company, LLC, answers your questions related to This is the second part of a two-part series.

CTMS and EMR Software: Why Integration is Necessary

It must be an industry priority to collaborate in order to integrate electronic health record systems with clinical trial management systems.

Subject Reimbursement in Clinical Trials: When and How?

Trial participants often complete things that likely would not be requested with routine care. When and how to compensation subjects is often debated.

Is Now the Right Time for a CTMS?

There may be a number of reasons you’re looking for a CTMS. Before you get too far along in the process, make sure that now is the right time.

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