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Meghan Harrington
Meghan Harrington, MS
VP, Head of Site & Patient Payments

Meghan Harrington, MS, is Bioclinica's VP, Head of Site & Patient Payments and is responsible for the development and service delivery of all Bioclinica Site & Patient Payments SaaS technology products. Meghan and her team work with Sponsors and CROs to successfully outsource and implement Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Self-Service technology engagements.

Meghan has over 15 years of experience in the healthcare, technology and life science industries, which lends itself to a unique appreciation for both the needs and challenges of delivering top technology-enabled services in global clinical trials. Meghan is a subject matter expert in clinical trial payments and frequently presents at industry conferences and events.

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Site Payments Solutions

Site payments remain a challenge for sponsors – at Bioclinica, we have data to support this from our own Site & Patient Payments technology but also from surveys that we've conducted, most recently with FierceBiotech. A survey about site payments was distributed by FierceBiotech to sponsors in April 2018, and 149 sponsors responded.

Transformational Trends in Investigator Site Payments

At this year's DIA, I presented information about the pain points that the clinical trials industry is experiencing with regards to site payments as well as the trends that are currently occurring in this space – based on surveys, interviews and analysis of data in Bioclinica's Site & Patient Payments technology.

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Great #SCOPE2019 panel discussion today with industry veterans sharing ways sponsors and vendors can work together… https://t.co/U8j40R6y6R
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RT @teaminspire: Patients Are Eager for Trials But Aren’t Getting the Word, Survey Finds https://t.co/BfLxhmpzZg via @CenterWatch #clinical…
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Latest Blogs:

Site Payments Solutions
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Transformational Trends in Investigator Site Payments
Clinical Supply Chain Success: Leveraging Technology
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