Nationally recognized policy expertise. Market-leading technology. Huron’s Click® Portal solutions combine both to deliver a comprehensive suite of software solutions for managing the business of research. Flexible, scalable, and with options for full configurability, Click solutions streamline workflow and facilitate compliance for any sized research organization.
For principal investigators, Click solutions increase the ability to conduct research more effectively and free from unnecessary constraint. They increase administrators’ and reviewers’ ability at every institutional level to support their part of the research enterprise. And they reduce institutional compliance risk by addressing the challenge of managing complex compliance processes in an increasingly demanding regulatory environment.
Click software is in use at leading academic medical centers, hospitals, and both government and private research organizations.
- Rapid ROI: measured in cost savings, revenue capture, and productivity increases
- User Satisfaction: common portal streamlines research activities
- Scalability: choose your starting point
- Configurability: adapt the system to meet your unique needs
- Flexibility: prepare for change from within or without
- Integration: integrate your Click solution with existing business systems
- Expertise: work with a partner with proven process knowledge
Clinical Research Management Briefing November 16, 2015
The Clinical Research Management Briefing (CRMB) is a weekly newsletter that Huron Consulting Group sends out to clients and interested parties. This week's topics include strategic research spending initiatives, government pricing updates, and clinical trials.» MORE
Huron Webinar: NPRM Webinar Series - NPRM Proposals to Reduce IRB Administrative Burden
This webinar in Huron’s NPRM series focuses primarily on the proposed Common Rule changes aimed at reducing the administrative burdens on IRBs and IRB staff as well as investigators and study teams. » MORE
Huron Webinar: NPRM Webinar Series - Research with Biospecimens
This webinar in Huron’s NPRM series provides an overview of the proposed changes in research with biospecimens and identifiable private information.» MORE