Having independent oversight is critical to ensuring compliance, keeping your clinical
research trial on track and bringing your device to market faster.
For this reason, many companies hire a clinical research organization (CRO) to monitor, audit and even manage their trial. Outsourcing this work has become more common and is widely accepted throughout the industry, but it can still be difficult to turn over any or all aspects of your trial to a third party.
Medical device trials in particular bring complex compliance challenges, so having a CRO with specific expertise in this area can be tremendously beneficial.
How can you be sure you hire a medical device CRO that is committed to ensuring compliance and is as invested in your success as you are?
This slideshare covers the five factors you need to look for when choosing one.