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19 03, 2018

How to Use Electronic Signatures (eSignatures) in Clinical Trials

2020-03-18T10:26:10-04:00

Electronic signatures, eSignatures, are continuing to gain momentum replacing wet signatures in Clinical Trials. Wet signatures are signatures made by hand on a document, typically with a pen and paper, which are often later electronically scanned into a storage system or maintained on paper and stored in a binder room. Electronic Signatures, often called [...]

How to Use Electronic Signatures (eSignatures) in Clinical Trials2020-03-18T10:26:10-04:00
15 12, 2016

“My PIs are super busy and unable to try new things! How can I convince them to try eBinders?”

2019-08-02T16:10:04-04:00

Research protocol complexity is increasing and trial volumes are growing. The result - sites are struggling to take on more with the same team. Physicians and research teams are overwhelmed with cumbersome documentation and oversight requirements spread out across multiple locations. Workload imbalance and audit risk anxiety has led to turnover – exacerbating the [...]

“My PIs are super busy and unable to try new things! How can I convince them to try eBinders?”2019-08-02T16:10:04-04:00
10 02, 2015

A Doctor’s Signature

2019-08-01T14:34:35-04:00

Ask any pharmacist about the quality of a doctor’s signature and you will hear horror stories about the scribble that is every doctor’s signature. Doctors' signatures are always so hard to read. The signature represents the doctor giving their approval to a plan of care. This signature of approval represents the years of studying [...]

A Doctor’s Signature2019-08-01T14:34:35-04:00