Leading up to MAGI West we've connected with several clinical researchers. One of the challenges they've identified facing, and hope to answer during the event, is the process of shifting to eRegulatory and eSource. Most say:
"eRegulatory is extremely important to us as we scale to manage increasing study demand and protocol complexity — but we're not sure what that transition would look like, if our sponsors would accept it, or if it would even be possible."
That's why, during the event, we'd love to discuss with you the process of designing your own roadmap to eRegulatory.
In advance, so you can begin exploring eRegulatory, we've developed this free eBook for you. A compilation of best practices, this guide is gathered from hundreds of successful site implementations and will be an asset as you ask the question, “Is eRegulatory right for us?"
If you'd like to schedule a demo of Florence eBinder, the eRegulatory and eSource platform trusted by your peers, at MAGI let us know.
Join us for a Workshop at MAGI
Make plans to join our Senior Site Consultant Jordan Tapley's discussion about Developing a Technology Road Map for Your Research Site.
Sunday, November 12 - 1:30 - 4:15
Does technology sometimes seem more like a problem than a solution? What do you need to know to implement investigator site files (eRegBinders), eSource, CTMS, EDC, and EMR in a compliant way? In this interactive workshop, you will develop a technology road map for your research site so you will know what questions to ask and how to get answers for them.