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September 30, 2013

Investigator Payments: Handling the Entire Process from Initial Budget to Payment Reconciliation

Speakers for this Event:
  • Kyle Cunningham, VP of Product Management, Greenphire
  • John Humphreys, Senior Product Manager, IMS Health
  • Investor Payments Managing investigator payments is one of the most challenging aspects of running a clinical trial. First, you have to define what the appropriate remuneration for the investigators you have selected. This will depend on the country, the therapeutic area, where they work, and what the protocol demands of them. Then the real work starts – finalizing each investigator agreement and ensuring that investigators are paid quickly and accurately after the trial begins. New demands for transparency, including the Sunshine Act – mean that payment tracking has to be accurate, granular, and easily aggregated, an additional pressure.

    Even if this all goes smoothly, how do you know how budgeted and expected costs compare to actual costs incurred throughout the trial? How do you use that information to pro-actively manage costs and to better plan trials in the future? We present a unique cooperation between IMS GrantPlan and Greenphire’s eClinical GPS that delivers powerful reporting and analytics on costs throughout a clinical trial, allowing you to stay informed as never before.


    VP/Director, Clinical Operations; Business Development; Director, Clinical Site Agreement


    Kyle Cunningham, VP of Product Management, Greenphire

    As Vice President of Product Management, Kyle’s primary focus is to ensure that Greenphire remains both innovative and client-focused, responding rapidly to market needs by identifying and understanding clients’ unique business challenges and then building state-of-the-art solutions to solve them.

    Kyle brings to Greenphire over 11 years of experience spanning product strategy, product management, project management, relationship management and operations management. Prior to joining Greenphire, Kyle worked for SEI Investments (Europe) Ltd., where he focused on building out the company's global products and services.

    John Humphreys, Senior Product Manager, IMS Health

    John is Senior Product Manager for the Clinical Trials Optimization Solutions group at IMS Health. As such, he is involved in the development strategy for the Study and Site Optimizer products, as well as cost benchmarking solutions. He has over 17 years’ experience in pharmaceutical software and, prior to that, 14 years in the pharmaceutical industry.


    IMS Health’s Clinical Trial Optimization Solutions (CTOS) brings together a world-class set of data, analytics, technology, and services to help study teams make better strategic decisions about their clinical trial processes. CTOS is a division of IMS Health, a leading provider of information, services and technology for the healthcare industry. With a presence in 100+ countries and almost 60 years of industry experience, IMS serves leading decision makers across the entire healthcare ecosystem

    Greenphire is the industry’s leading provider of clinical payment technology, designed to change the way research professionals work. We leverage our proprietary workflow automation and advanced web‐based payment technologies to help our clients improve operational efficiency, reduce costs, mitigate regulatory risks, increase subject retention and compliance, and produce quantifiable results that improve clinical operations and strategic planning.

    Greenphire’s eClinicalGPS system facilitates accurate payment calculation, manages complex payment approval processes, and automates payment execution in local currencies from sponsors and CROs to all investigators, sites and vendors involved in your clinical trial on a global basis. Its ClinCard System combines global electronic payment technology with real-time messaging functionality to make life easier for sponsors, CROs, research sites and universities, and ultimately the patients who make clinical research possible.

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