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7th Clinical Billing & Research Compliance

17 Mar 2013 - 20 Mar 2013 - KY, USA



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The 7th Annual Clinical Billing and Research Compliance event was—hands down—the best clinical research billing event on the market to ensure you get the most from your conference budget investment. With over 5 years of history, 3 full days of sessions, case studies, vendor demos, networking, and more, it was the one event that anyone who deals with clinical research billing can’t miss.

Examine and Discuss Pressing Issues Surrounding Clinical Billing & Research Compliance such as:

Research Risk Assessment and Development of an Annual Compliance Work Plan

Conducting Medicare Coverage Analysis - Three Differing Institutional Perspectives

Effective Commuincation with Difficult Physicians

How Will HITECH Affect Your Research Program?

Risk Management as a Method of Process Improvement in Billing Pharmaceutically Sponsored Clinical Trials

The Impact of Budgeting and Billing on Compliance

And much more!



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