Case Study

SIP Integration Developed For KU Cancer Center

Source: Complion
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Clinical researchers are looking for ways to reduce the operational challenges of clinical trials which can often occur by working with multiple sponsors. Some of these challenges include working with individual sponsor portals, using disparate processes and numerous platforms — each with a unique login credential – which can all lead to increased probability for error and placing patient safety in jeopardy.

To address this demand, Complion has partnered with The University of Kansas Cancer Center (KU Cancer Center) to develop an initial SIP integration. The integration will provide a single standard method for KU Cancer Center to work across the numerous major sponsors it works with on its clinical research studies. It’s the final step necessary to enable KU Cancer Center to achieve the benefits of faster feasibility as well as securing additional studies by eliminating objections from specific sponsors while becoming favorable for other sponsors seeking sites for their studies.

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