This is our first entry in the “Hart’s Voyagers” blog series dedicated to the traveling CRA looking for some simple ways to stay on top of their daily health and well-being.
As busy clinical affairs professionals ourselves, we understand how difficult it can be to stay healthy in the fast-paced, demanding world of clinical trial operations. Whether you are a Director of Clinical Affairs, on the road as
Clinical trials are complex and costly. With 2010 estimates of average total expenditures for a pivotal clinical trial in excess of $40 million for a PMA product and nearly $11 million for a 510(k) product, sponsors understand the value of executing an efficient, high quality trial.
With the ever-increasing costs associated with conducting clinical trials, many medical device and pharma companies continue outsourcing various operational pieces to contract research organizations (CROs) and other augmentation service groups. By doing so, they are often saving money and the trials are typically completed faster (up to 30%) than when kept in-house (American Pharmaceutical Review ).
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
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.
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
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,
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
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