Verified Clinical Trials Experts In Medicare Secondary Payer Law & Dual Enrollment In Clinical Trials To Attend NCDEU 2013

Verified Clinical Trials Experts In Medicare Secondary Payer Law & Dual Enrollment In Clinical Trials To Attend NCDEU 2013

Verified Clinical Trials recognized experts in clinical trial database registries to stop professional research subjects and dual enrollment in clinical trials will attend the NCDEU 2013 meeting in Hollywood, Florida this month.  Verified Clinical Trials (VCT) is the HIPAA compliant de-identified  system that is scalable for early & late phase clinical trial global deployment. The system covers clinical trials across all phases and therapeutic entities but is highly focused on CNS trials.  Based on experience and data compiled from VCT’s registry, CNS studies have a increased risk of attempted dual enrollment and face challenges to maintain research subject safety and data integrity.  By utilizing the VCT database registry, better quality research subjects may be selected and enrolled in to the clinical trials. 

Moreover, because there is a significant portion of subjects in CNS trials that may be Medicare beneficiaries, it is crucial to have a system in place to protect the clinical trial sponsor against the Medicare Secondary Payer Law.  The VCT system has a unique and easy solution to maintain compliance with this federal law.

 For more information regarding the NCDEU meeting visit;

http://www.ncdeumeeting.org