For more than a decade, technologists and other experts have said we’re just around the corner when it comes to the virtually paperless clinical trial. How’s that been working out for you? In this podcast, you’ll hear from four experts who offer perspectives on why the paperless wave has been slow to spread and what benefits clinical trial practitioners are missing by holding back, including: Amanda Alonso, Clinical Research Manager, Columbia University; Khady Ndour, Quality Monitor, Columbia University Medical Center; Kyusun Cha, Research Manager, University of California San Francisco; and Wanda Truong, Clinical Trials Administrator, Weill Cornell Medicine Comprehensive Weight Control Center.
These experts will present an ACRP 2017 Meeting & Expo ‘master series’ session, Going Paperless: A Smart Way to Increase Site Efficiency and Save Resources, on Saturday, April 29, in Seattle, WA. Learn tips for managing paperless medical records, IRB submissions, communications, and more while examining issues facing sites, identifying possible solutions, and developing your own site- or study-specific tools to transition to paperless operations. View Program and Schedule