The Paperless Research Site: Best Practices for Regulatory and Document Management

On-Demand Webinar

Have you ever experienced the frustration or uncertainty associated with finding the right protocol or trial document? Does searching through messy binders, cluttered inboxes and separate systems or shared drives slow you down?

In this webinar - presented in partnership with Clinical Conductor- Complion Founder and CEO Rick Arlow, discusses how an eRegulatory and document system can complement and connect with CTMS and other systems to save time, improve compliance and access. Explore best practices for managing documents electronically and learn from real-world experiences at similar sites.

During this webinar, you will learn:
  • The problem with the current hybrid method of storing documents
  • How an eRegulatory and document system are different than CTMS, shared drives and basic document systems
  • Benefits of managing files in an eRegulatory and document system
  • Best practices and experiences for going paperless
  • How integrating your CTMS with an eRegulatory and document system can improve efficiency, collaboration and compliance across your site
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Complion founder Rick Arlow was immersed in clinical research during a NIH funded MD/PhD medical scientist training program at Case Western Reserve University, which resulted in publications with several leading journals including Neuroscience. Although he loved the work, he was shocked at how cumbersome operations and regulatory compliance were for the research sites and how much time was wasted on manual tasks and paper binders.

Inspired by his experience and drawing on his engineering background, Rick put together a world-class team experienced in clinical research and enterprise content management to build Complion, a document management and workflow platform. Built specifically around the needs of clinical research sites, Complion helps reduce regulatory burden, improve compliance and streamline operations. Since its founding, Complion has grown to be the industry-leading solution used by physicians, hospitals, academic medical centers, health systems and cancer centers around the country.

Rick is a frequent lecturer for several professional research organizations including ACRP, MAGI and SCRS. He was involved with a biotech business resulting in several patents and was recognized in Business Week’s “Top 25 Under 25 Entrepreneurs”. Rick takes great pride in Complion’s contributions to the research community and their mission to improve patient outcomes and expand medical knowledge.