GuideStar Clinical Trials Management

GuideStar Clinical Trials Management

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  • GuideStar CSO to Serve on ACRP Editorial Advisory Board

    GuideStar’s Chief Strategy Officer, Shirley Trainor-Thomas, MHSA,recently was appointed to ACRP’s Editorial Advisory Board. During her two-year term as a member of the board, Shirley will contribute to and support ACRP’s professional publication, Clinical Researcher.   Being passionate about clinical research, Shirley will continue to connect with others in similar fields to provide interesting an...

  • GuideStar Executive Named to ACRP Editorial Advisory Board

      GuideStar’s Chief Strategy Officer has been named to the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) Editorial Advisory Board.  Shirley Trainor-Thomas, MHSA, will begin the two-year term in January.  As part of the board, she will be responsible for contributing to and supporting the organization’s professional publication, Clinical Researcher.   The publication is the preeminent resou...

  • 5 Essential Elements for CR-RCM

    While Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) is a solid practice in healthcare finance for patient care billing, often confusion exists about Clinical Research RCM (CR-RCM)—it’s different.  CR-RCM requires additional attention and the process must include the clinical trials team.  From ensuring a detailed coverage analysis has been performed to determining what should be billed to the trial sponsor versu...

  • The Marketing Megaphone

    Research programs often suffer from a lack of awareness—both internally and externally—about what they do, how they operate, and even the overall impact they make on an organization. This lack of awareness affects everything from patient recruitment to gaining support for resources needed to successfully and compliantly conduct research. In a recent article published in ACRP’s Clinical Researcher,...

  • Selecting a CTMS

    Many factors play into the selection of the most appropriate clinical trials management system for a research program. During the past few years, the number of systems on the market has grown substantially. Some of these systems are for very sophisticated research enterprises conducting complex trials and investigator-initiated studies. Others are for smaller programs, conducting industry-sponsore...

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