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Factors for Consideration

Clinical Trials in OnCore

The studies that will benefit most from being managed in OnCore are clinical trials that need to track participant visits and invoice sponsors. Existing studies can be migrated into OnCore in varying levels of detail. New studies can use OnCore during the budget negotiation process.

NACTRC will help you decide which studies belong in OnCore and then help you get them into the system.

Value to Your Team

Every team has different needs for their clinical trial management. The value that your team gets from OnCore will depend on what your needs are. This could be anything from participant tracking to financial reconciliation to staff workload & effort tracking.

NACTRC can help you explore the various features of OnCore and implement the ones that are valuable to you.

Team Training

Your clinical trial team will be trained and migrated into OnCore as a group. OnCore is a collaborative environment where the whole team works together. By training as a group, you will all be ready to start using OnCore at the same time. Your team will need at least one CTMS Champion who will learn the system in depth.

NACTRC will assess your team’s roles and workflows to tailor training to your needs.

Time Committment

Learning a new system doesn’t happen overnight. Your team will need to dedicate some time for migration and training activities. The entire onboarding process is scheduled to happen part-time over a 4 week schedule from intake to go-live.

NACTRC will do everything they can to ease the transition, including setting up your studies. You will need to participate in training and complete your protocols in OnCore.

Sample Schedule

Each clinical trial team will go through a 4-week process from intake to go-live.

Sept. 20
Week 1: Protocol Build

NACTRC builds your protocol calendars & budgets and sets up your team for training

Team members take online training modules

Sept. 27
Week 2: Team Training

Team members take live training specific to their roles

Oct. 4
Week 3: Team Training Continued

Team members take live training specific to their roles

Oct. 11
Week 4: Study Migration

NACTRC leads a protocol handoff in the production environment

Oct. 18
Week 5: Go Live

Team members are provided accounts in the production environment

Teams complete the study migration process

Readiness for OnCore

1

Trial Information

Do you know if you want to migrate existing studies into OnCore?

Do you have new studies in setup?

Do you have all of the trial information ready for NACTRC to build in OnCore?

2

Staff Roles

Is your PI supportive/interested in transitioning to OnCore?

Do you know which parts of OnCore will benefit your team the most?

Do you have a clear idea of who performs which roles on your clinical trials?

3

Timing

Does your team have the time to commit to training?

Would you like to be live in OnCore prior to a new study opening?

Are there new team members who should learn OnCore instead of existing processes?

4

Register Your Interest

Use the form below to register your team’s interest in OnCore.

Provide basic information about your trial team.

Select the timing for your team’s training and migration.

Register Your Interest

Use the form below to register your team’s interest in OnCore. Provide basic information about your trial team. Select the timing for your team’s training and migration.
  • Approximate number of active trials that you will be migrating into OnCore
  • Approximate number of active trials that you will be migrating into OnCore
  • Tell us about your clinical trials, your team, and your interest in OnCore.
  • Please select the OnCore Cohorts that your team is available for training & migration.