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ClinPharm Network, Inc. provides a comprehensive list of consulting services designed to
address the needs of clinical trial sites of all sizes and types. Solutions from the simple to the
complex are utilized to improve operational efficiency and quality.

ClinPharm Network, Inc. has worked with numerous clinical research facilities to help:

  • Organization Structure and Design
    • Management structure
    • Departmental structure
    • Staff mix
    • Job descriptions
  • Comply with GCP-ICH Guidelines
  • Create Training strategies
  • Provide Superior Staff Training
  • Create and Maintain Training Documentation
  • Create And Maintain “Industry standard” SOPs
  • Facility lay out and design
  • And Much More

Quality Assurance Program

ClinPharm Network’s annual Quality Assurance program has you covered. Sponsors and the FDA now expect every clinical research site to have a formal continuous quality improvement program in place.

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Training & Documentation

The majority of the clinical sites competing for sponsor trial opportunities routinely waste time, money and energy trying to win new business. Instead of capitalizing on and promoting their unique strengths and identifying opportunities that match their capabilities,

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SOP & Process Improvement

For Sponsors and Clinical Research sites, producing quality work requires that all participants in the research process work according to unambiguous site specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

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Facilities Design

The physical layout and design of a clinical research facility is a critical element for your long-term success. Having a well-designed facility can impact your operational efficiencies; improve your short and long-term revenue opportunities; overall profitability.

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Evaluation & Audit

By increasing the amount of accurate and reliable data Sponsors have about clinical facilities, the ClinPharm Network, Inc. helps to match quality providers with the right projects to shorten the time and reduce the costs involved in the launch of new studies.

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