Clinical Trial AssociateMcKesson Corporation - The Woodlands, TX
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McKesson is in the business of better health and we touch the lives of patients in virtually every aspect of healthcare. At McKesson Specialty Health, our products and services span the full continuum of specialty patient care. From the initial phases of a product life cycle and the distribution of specialty drugs, to fully integrated healthcare technology systems, practice management support, and ultimately to patient care in the communities where they live, we empower the community patient care delivery system by helping community practices advance the science, technology and quality of care.
We have a vision —that the long-term vibrancy of community care will be achieved through the leadership of physicians committed to clinical excellence and innovation, enabled by close collaboration with our organization and our deep clinical, operational and technological expertise.Every single McKesson employee contributes to our mission—by joining McKesson Specialty Health you act as a catalyst in a chain of events that helps millions of people all over the globe. You’ll collaborate on the products and solutions that help us carry out our mission to improve lives and advance healthcare. Working here is your opportunity to shape an industry that’s vital to us all.
Join our team of leaders to begin a rewarding career.Position Description
Under minimum supervision, performs a broad range of specific and essential departmental
responsibilities to support the clinical operations team and research disease programs; is responsible for creating and launching site identification surveys for network studies; plans, collects, screens, and summarizes information gathered from clinical trials. Responsible for closing out research studies ensuring necessary documentation and payments have been completed. Provides administrative support to research disease programs. Works in compliance with principles of Good Clinical Practice and applicable federal, state, and local regulations. Supports and adheres to the US Oncology Compliance Program, to include the Code of Ethics and Business Standards.
1. Perform essential support for clinical research throughout all stages of a project;
Tracks trial metrics such as patient enrollment, study training, deliverables, study
deviation, and practice participation data including data backlog ensuring data is
complete and accurate. Identify and resolve issues. Prepares progress reports and
performance metrics for trial management to review. Creates, Modifies, maintains, and distributes study forms and tools to research sites including but not limited to protocol specific flow sheets, clinical trial information sheets, and training documentation. Monitors trial progress for compliance with regulatory and budgetary requirements; may be responsible for management of related documentation. Files and tracks study monitoring follow up letters for open protocols. (30 %)
2. Responsible for project management for non-treatment studies such as registries and
studies closed to enrollment as assigned. Prepares and submits annual reports for the Institutional Review Board (IRB) on closed to enrollment or follow-up studies. Works with internal departments to ensure all paperwork and payments are completed in order to close a study. Prepares and administers materials to close out studies that have met all requirements. (25%)
3. Provides administrative support to associate director of clinical operations includes but is not limited to scheduling meetings and calls, preparing agendas, distributing materials for disease program meeting. Manages study voting post program review. Retrieves, consolidates, and analyzes data and presents reports to associate director of clinical operations to use in supporting operational and business objectives. Enters new study information into various databases. Generates reports from various databases to support program management needs. Develops and maintains department manuals, forms, documents, and reference materials. (20%)
4. Creates site identification surveys for all phase II– IV protocols within the US Oncology
Research Network by reviewing protocol document, sponsor feasibility questionnaires, and details provided by the associate director of clinical operations and clinical trial manager. Works closely with the associate director of clinical operations to analyze available data from CTMS, iKnowMed, and other available sources to understand site study needs and patient population. Works closely with the clinical trial manager and network operations manager to identify potential sites to survey based on analysis of available data. Maintains site identification survey calendar in order to provide sites visibility of upcoming surveys. (20%)
5. Other duties as requested (5%)
(100%)','!*!Minimum RequirementsAt least 2 years clinical research experience requiredCritical Skills
Prior Oncology research experience preferred
Proficiency with computer systems and Microsoft Office required.Additional Knowledge & SkillsAttention to detail, solid execution, strong interpersonal skills, and a team player. EducationBachelor’s degree in clinical or scientific discipline or equivalent work experience
Physical RequirementsGeneral Office DemandsBenefits & Company StatementMcKesson believes superior performance – individual and team – that helps us drive innovations and solutions to promote better health should be recognized and rewarded. We provide a competitive compensation program to attract, retain and motivate a high-performance workforce, and it’s flexible enough to meet the different needs of our diverse employee population.We are in the business of better health and we touch the lives of patients in virtually every aspect of healthcare. We partner with payers, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and others across the spectrum of care to build healthier organizations that deliver better care to patients in every setting.But we can’t do it without you. Every single McKesson employee contributes to our mission—whatever your title, whatever your role, you act as a catalyst in a chain of events that helps millions of people all over the globe. Talented, compassionate people are the future of our company—and of healthcare. At McKesson, you’ll collaborate on the products and solutions that help us carry out our mission to improve lives and advance healthcare. Working here is your opportunity to shape an industry that’s vital to us all.McKesson is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer – minorities/females/veterans/persons with disabilities.Qualified applicants will not be disqualified from consideration for employment based upon criminal history.Agency StatementNo agencies please.','United States-Texas-The Woodlands','','','','','','Legal','McKesson Specialty Health','Regular','Standard','','Full-time','Day Job','','Jun 27, 2018','Clinical Trial Associate
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