As a key component of this more robust environment, the Office of Research Affairs has initiated a new partnership with Veeva Systems, a San Francisco-based company that provides operational solutions to academic medical centers and clinical research sites. SiteVault will be Veeva’s first product implemented at the office. This secure cloud platform is a full eRegulatory system that will reduce administrative burdens, provide efficient administrative workflows, enhance remote monitoring capabilities and deliver customized dashboard and reporting capacities.
The office has plans to become an early adopter of MyVeeva, a multichannel patient portal that helps clinical research sites conduct virtual patient visits, enabling patient-centric and paperless clinical trials. MyVeeva integrates seamlessly with SiteVault and will help increase efficiency and provide a more personalized experience for patients who enroll in research studies.
The office is strengthening the CRO’s infrastructure by hiring additional clinical research study personnel, including research coordinators, nurses and assistants. Services provided will include start-up activities, execution of studies, data capture and entry into Redcap or sponsor-dedicated databases. The CRO has enhanced the office’s collection of information and resources, such as SOPS, budget templates, protocol development and institutional review board assistance.
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