Oct
26
to Oct 27

Research Administration Workshop

Join PFS Clinical for a 1 ½-day workshop to gain valuable insights into all aspects of research administration. Topics will include: 

  • Billing Compliance
  • Coverage Analysis
  • Compliance Considerations for Budgets
  • High-Risk Contract Considerations
  • Efficient Study Start-Up and Negotiations
  • HIPAA for Research
  • Document Synchronization
  • Maintaining Compliance Throughout a Study

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Jun
15
to Aug 10

Webinar Series: Research Administration 101

Research administration is an important part of the clinical trials processes. Developing study budgets, negotiating contracts, and performing coverage analyses are all specialized tasks that require specific training and practice. If done effectively, these processes can save your institution time and money, in addition to ensuring billing compliance. Join research administration experts from PFS Clinical for a 5-part webinar series on the following topics:

  1. HIPAA for Research - June 15th 
  2. Coverage Analysis for Drug Studies - June 29th 
  3. Coverage Analysis for Device Studies - July 13th 
  4. Budget Basics - July 27th
  5. Contract Basics - August 10th

This webinar series will be hosted by SCRS. Register here.

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May
11
to May 12

Billing Compliance Workshop

Join PFS Clinical for a 1 ½-day workshop to gain valuable insights into all aspects of billing compliance. Topics will include:

  • Coverage Analysis
  • Compliance Considerations for Budgets
  • High-Risk Contract Considerations
  • Efficient Study Start-Up and Negotiations
  • HIPAA for Research
  • Document Synchronization
  • Maintaining Compliance Throughout a Study

Learn more about the workshop here!

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Feb
23
2:00pm 2:00pm

Webinar: Editing Budgets for Better Billing Compliance

One of the most important aspects of a clinical trial is a budget that adequately meets the financial needs of your institution; however, in the context of billing compliance, the process of building and negotiating a study budget can become complicated.

In this upcoming webinar, seasoned PFS Clinical staff Amanda Miller and Jill Surfus will review the basics of clinical trial budgeting, provide language tips to prevent potential compliance issues, and discuss how to incorporate a coverage analysis into the budgeting process. 

We hope you’ll join us for this complimentary webinar!

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Jan
31
12:00pm12:00pm

Webinar: The Fundamentals of Compliant Research Billing

Billing compliance is a crucial aspect of any organization that conducts clinical trials. Nonetheless, understanding and applying reimbursement guidelines is one of the most challenging aspects of research. In addition to providing quality patient care, institutions have the added task of understanding and complying with all federal and state guidelines related to clinical research billing practices. These tasks are not only time consuming, but can lead to errors that are costly and could impact your organization’s Medicare standing. Join Senior Clinical Research Analysts Liz Christianson and Nicole Bruecker for a complimentary webinar during which you will learn:

  • The basics of billing compliance and why it is necessary
  • How to create a coverage analysis to achieve and document billing compliance
  • The PI’s role in the billing compliance process

We hope you join us for this informative, no-cost presentation!

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Nov
3
to Nov 4

Coverage Analysis Workshop

Join experts from PFS Clinical for a 1 ½-day workshop to gain the skills necessary for performing a coverage analysis, budget development, and contract review/negotiation. During the workshop, you will conduct a coverage analysis with real-life examples and hands-on practice sessions. Experience one-on-one direction through break-out groups with the experts who have conducted thousands of coverage analyses and trained hundreds of professionals.

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Oct
27
2:00pm 2:00pm

Webinar: Common Start-Up Struggles and Oversights of Investigator-Initiated Trials

Within the past 2 years, interest in investigator-initiated clinical trials has increased greatly. The additional proof of practice and clinical application data that these types of trials provide have allowed for the transition of many newly approved therapies to standard practice. 

While research offices are doing their best to support these endeavors, the additional administrative responsibilities involved are often unfamiliar, as they are normally taken on by industry sponsors and outside governmental agencies. Consequently, mistakes made during the initial development and start-up stages of these trials are causing institutions significant financial and compliance-related ramifications. 

Join Clinical Research Analyst Liz Christianson as she discusses how to overcome these start-up struggles and oversights of investigator-initiated trials.

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