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Patient Reimbursement

Pay Your Clinical Trial Subjects Promptly and Digitally

Eliminate the need for sites to manually pay and account for subject payments and provide prepaid debit cards, allowing sites to compensate subjects quickly and efficiently through an online, automated application. Payments can be loaded onto subject debit cards with funds available for use in real-time.

With Bioclinica Patient Reimbursement, you can:

  • Eliminate the need for site accounting
  • Reduce costs and transactional fees
  • Make payments directly to subjects

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