Training Program Title
How Centralizing Research Operations Can Streamline Your Clinical Trials
CTSA Hub Administered
Training Program Description
As the clinical research industry strives to achieve new efficiencies, we’ve seen a shift in the way research institutions are organized. More and more institutions are working to centralize their trial operations. A central clinical trials office (CTO) can standardize key processes and workflows by addressing operational hurdles at a high level within the organization. These include negotiations, billing & regulatory compliance and budgeting, just to name a few.
Northwell Health’s Vice President of Clinical Research, Christina Brennan discusses the benefits of centralization and key points to consider when centralizing and standardizing your research operations.
Clinical research, Clinical trial, Billing, Budget, Negotiation
Digital Commons Disciplines
Cost to Access
Clinical Trials Operations; Study and Site Management; Communication and Teamwork
- Why centralization is an important step to streamline processes
- Opportunities where a centralized approach could be beneficial, including study activation
- Steps to generate buy-in throughout your organization, including leadership
Principal Investigators; Clinical Research Professionals (other than PI); Undergraduate, graduate or professional degree students; Community Partners