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How To Organically Build Your Investigator Database


Imagine with me:

While a physician is browsing your website for information on your products, he comes across an invitation to apply to become a principal investigator in one or more of your clinical trials. He clicks the link, fills out a detailed profile, and submits.

The system automatically notifies you that a new profile has been submitted. Using the link in the email notification, you log in and review the profile against your current and future needs. You decide that he could be a good fit for your trials, and opt to approve his profile.

The system automatically creates a record for the physician in your investigator database and sends him a welcome email.

If you had decided that he wasn’t a good fit, you could have opted to decline his profile. The system would have provided you with a list of predefined reasons for declining and, after you selected the appropriate one, the system would have automatically notified the physician.

The process we just imagined makes use of Business Process Management (BPM) technology. Want to see it in action? Submit a request below and we’ll set up a demo.

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Marin Richeson

Marin joined the life sciences industry in 2001. Over the course of her tenure, she has held roles in clinical finance, IT, quality assurance, and validation. The diversity of her experience provides her with a unique perspective on the interconnectedness of this complex, multi-faceted industry. Marin Richeson is a lead business consultant in Perficient's life sciences practice.

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