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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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Dr Joby John chairing a panel discussion tomorrow 8am at #DIA2019 on ways to improve connectedness of clinical data… https://t.co/BPzi1geKsv
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Meet the Bioclinica team at DIA Booth 1831. #DIA2019 https://t.co/pvvdiqJz32 https://t.co/tx4PLDIrMm
Bioclinica (16 hours ago)
We’re at #DIA2019. Visit us at booth #1831 to learn more about our rapidly growing services and meet face to face… https://t.co/rK7V1Aclov
Bioclinica (19 hours ago)
Learn about When EDC is not enough: Automating multi-country data collection and complete workflows at #DIA2019! Ja… https://t.co/zJfytNpz82
Bioclinica (1 week ago)
In San Diego for #DIA2019? Visit us at booth #1831 and meet face to face with our team to learn more about our rapi… https://t.co/T4U4oNXlxo
Bioclinica (2 weeks ago)
We're celebrating International #NASH Day to help raise awareness about non-alcoholic steatohepatitis & fatty liver… https://t.co/16PfGbzeaS
Bioclinica (2 weeks ago)

Latest Blogs:

Medical Imaging of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Diseases in Clinical Trials
EDC Provider Selection
Site Payments Solutions
Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) development programs
Dr. Joby John
Transformational Trends in Investigator Site Payments
Clinical Supply Chain Success: Leveraging Technology
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