A successful clinical trial is a collaboration between the sponsor/CRO, the investigative sites, and the patients, each of whom plays a unique and indispensable role in the clinical development process. Over the years, much attention has been focused on the needs and concerns of the sponsors/CROs and the patient population, but the challenges faced by investigative sites were frequently overlooked.
However, with the massive expansion in the number, complexity and duration of clinical trials in recent years, competition for experienced sites has become fierce. As a result, forward-thinking sponsors/CROs have had to begin looking for ways to distinguish themselves as partners of choice for highly regarded investigative sites.
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- Common reasons for slow payment
- How payment schedules can affect investigative sites and their performances
- How prompt payment can benefit both the site and the sponsor/CRO, including improving site performance, enhancing site recruitment and retention, saving time and money and aligning with required reporting on physician payments