In the past we have written blogs providing criteria for selecting a Contract Research Organization (CRO). When you’re a sponsor or investigator and you are faced with the decision of hiring a CRO, picking the right organization can be difficult. Finding the right fit for your organization requires a well thought out process with many key points to consider.
We have developed a infographic that outlines some of the keys to consider when selecting a CRO. Please take time to download this document for future reference.
The infographic includes talking points and questions regarding important topics when considering a CRO to partner with. Points to consider include:
- Therapeutic Proficiency
- Regulatory Experts
Whether it’s from the start or during the particular phases in your research study, choosing the right CRO to partner with can help unlock the difference between approvals or delays. Developing a strategy prior to interviewing CROs is helpful and also can assist the CRO in understanding your needs and review process better.
Please share your thoughts on the criteria you use when selecting a CRO. What points would you add or delete from the infographic.
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