By Darcy Grabenstein, Senior Manager of Content Marketing Strategy, TrialScope
Those who handle day-to-day clinical trial disclosure compliance face a myriad of responsibilities. If you’re part of a disclosure and transparency team, you’re likely hyper-focused on regulatory rule changes, internal and external approvals, study updates, and never-ending deadlines.
However, pharmaceutical companies are businesses. No matter what department you report to – R&D, operations, finance – you contribute to the bottom line. That means your team must be accountable. Although you may be mired in daily tasks, you cannot ignore key performance indicators (KPIs); in fact, you must track them to monitor (and improve) your performance over time.
So what are some of the KPIs you should keep an eye on? It’s easy to come up with countless KPIs, so let’s focus on the ones most relevant for disclosure and transparency: