Lead Clinical Trials Coordinator U.S. Dermatology Partners Phoenix, AZ
We are seeking a talented and motivated Lead Clinical Trials Coordinator to join USDP’s Phoenix Team. Under general supervision of a physician in an outpatient clinical setting, the Lead Clinical Trials Coordinator provides assistance to principal investigator to complete clinical trial visits. They will ensure that trial subjects are scheduled appropriately and all protocol-specified tasks are performed in a timely manner.
In this role you’ll get to:
Maintain all aspects of study protocol during recruitment, screening, enrollment, and follow-up visits
Conduct and coordinate patient visits including patient demography, vitals, EKG, phlebotomy, photography, administering investigational drug, assisting PI and sub-investigators with physical exam, and scheduling appropriate follow-up visits
Educate patients on study-specific protocol requirements, procedures, side effects and risks of trials and investigative medications
Communicate frequently with contract research organizations, IRB, Sponsors, Central Lab Facilities, and other outside vendors to manage the day to day needs for current and prospective trials
Maintain all source documents and investigational drug accountability records
Enter source data into EDC within one calendar day of subject visit
Continually review EDC for accuracy and completion, and resolve queries as they arise
Assists with direct patient care procedures including biopsies, surgeries, cosmetic procedures and related tasks; records patient medical history and exam notes in EMR. Selects appropriate billing and diagnosis codes based on procedures performed
Process prescriptions and prior authorizations as directed by physician. Address patient and/or pharmacy questions concerning medication. Enroll patients in patient education/assistance programs
Scans correspondence into EMR
Stocks and organizes medical supplies in exam rooms as needed. Notify appropriate personnel when supplies are needed
Practices safety, environmental, and/or infection control methods
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
Process blood and urine samples in accordance with IATA and OSHA standards
Working knowledge, at minimum, of all applicable protocols. Some team members may be assigned as the primary coordinator for a specific protocol, and should therefore have in-depth knowledge of that protocol.
Skills & Qualifications:
Three (3) or more years of experience as a Clinical Research Coordinator
Knowledge of current regulations/guidelines
Knowledge of Budgets & Contracts
Organizational skills to support accurate record-keeping- detail oriented
Interpersonal skills to work as a team with patients and outside parties
Able to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing, with proper grammar and spelling skills to avoid mistakes or misinterpretations
Mathematical and analytical ability for basic to intermediate problem solving
Basic to intermediate computer operation- proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook
Knowledge of state and federal regulations such as ICH GCP, IATA; general understanding of HIPAA guidelines
About U.S. Dermatology Partners
U.S. Dermatology Partners is a leader in the dermatology healthcare space with nearly 100 locations and practices nationwide all united with a mission of delivering exceptional patient care. The company culture builds connections, careers and employee growth by valuing flexibility, autonomy, and transparency.
If you believe that you would be a great candidate for this position, and have a strong desire to grow, learn and excel in a team environment, we would love to hear from you. This is a great time to join U.S. Dermatology Partners!