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The Power of Engaged Employees

If you’re the owner or CEO of your company, it’s vital you take a look at how engaged your employees are. Your employees are the foundation and often the face of your company. The most engaged employees are the ones who love their job and feel like they’re making a difference. They are also the ones who will motivate and inspire others. This engagement may

Evolution Creates Value

What drives change?  Sometimes it’s the economics of supply and demand, unexpected growth or industry climate shift – sometimes unidentified sources can tip these scales. In the case of Hart Clinical Consultants (HCC), our change is due to a purposeful rebranding and evolution to create value.  

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The Benefits of Being a Contracted Clinical Research Associate

If you’re reading this, you’re likely not new to this industry.  But, just in case, a CRA’s primary job responsibility is to monitor clinical trials, ensure the protocol is followed and that all data collected is protected and verified. Depending on level of experience and protocol requirements, CRAs may also handle case-proctoring and device training.  The latter is often the case of CRA’s that work

Winning the Hart Healthy Challenge One step at a time

If you’ve been following our recent blog entries, you know the background and premise behind the Hart Healthy Challenge during the month of February. In short, we believe a company’s internal culture can have a discernable effect on those that work within it. By design, HCC levels great value on how physical well-being can influence work-place and staff “barometers.” Using this philosophy as a motivator,

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HCC Employee Donates $500 to Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding Inc.  

Noblesville, IN (March 16, 2016) – Janice Boyd, clinical research associate (CRA) for Hart Clinical Consultants (HCC) – a national clinical research organization (CRO) – donated $500 to Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding Inc. this week as a result of winning HCC’s “Hart Healthy Challenge,” a National Hearth Month initiative to support healthy lifestyles and give back to the local community. Using Jawbone UP24 devices to

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Hart Healthy Challenge- Changing Hearts and Lives

The Hart Healthy Challenge has officially come to an end. Ben Blaylock took first place with Janice Boyd stepping in at a close second.

In honor of Heart Month and in an effort to promote healthy lifestyles and interactions between the team, we challenged our staff to a friendly competition in February. Using Jawbone UP24 devices to track steps, everyone attempted to reach and surpass daily

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Sr. Clinical Research Associate Patti Lawrence Proctors Insertion of Sentry IVC Filter

We pride ourselves on having clinical research associates (CRA) like Patti Lawrence, who go above and beyond during clinical trials. When Hart Clinical Consultants (HCC) was contracted by NOVATE Medical Ltd. to proctor physicians during the Sentry IVC clinical trial, CRA Patti Lawrence was called in to lead. Patti’s past experience in cath labs and knowledge of surgical etiquette made her the perfect CRA for

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Hart Healthy Challenge: Get Active. Give Back.

#HeartMonth #HartHealthyChallenge
February is Heart Month, and in support of cardiac-health recognition, Hart Clinical Consultants (HCC) is getting active and giving back. By now, the New Year resolution hype is dying down and we are settling into 2016. Our goal is to remind everyone of one important resolution: be kind to yourself. Yes, that’s right! Let 2016 be the year where you step outside the chaos

Hart Clinical Consultants Experiences Rapid Growth, Doubles Staff

Stan Reaves Also Named Chief Operating Officer
ATLANTA (January 13, 2016) – Hart Clinical Consultants (HCC), a specialized and adaptable Clinical Research Organization (CRO) that conducts and manages all aspects of novel medical device and pharma clinical trials, has announced it has more than doubled it’s staff over the past six months.

The expansion has brought with it changes to HCC’s executive team. HCC’s former Director of