Are you a MD, DO, PA, APRN or NP?  Med Labs is excited to announce a new partnership that allows you to increase your practice’s revenue though medical research as a Principle Investigator (PI).  Participate in as many or as few clinical studies as you'd like - get compensated for your participation.

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Now Recruiting Principle Investigators (PIs)

For hourly compensation for data collection and reviewing processes and procedures based on laboratory testing.

Program overview

  • Principle Investigators (PI) receive compensation in the form of an hourly fee for the training and data collection for the following:

    • Reviewing SOP

    • Meetings regarding study documents

    • Data Collection & Completion of the Daily Source documents as per the inclusion and exclusion criteria

    • Collection of excluded data points are not compensated

    • Completion of Quarterly Case Report forms

  • Hourly compensation is determined by the research fair market value and paid quarterly

  • Studies are observational and do not require human subjects

  • All studies have been submitted for IRB (Institutional Review Board) for both registration and review. From our experience, these studies will fall under the category, “exempt research”

FAQ

  • What is the inclusion criteria for these studies?

    • PI’s must have one of the following licenses:  Medical Doctor (MD), Doctor of Osteopathic (DO) , Physician Assistant (PA),  Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), or Nurse Practitioner (NP)

    • Must have a current standard operating procedure that includes obtaining/reviewing medical history

  • What is the exclusion criteria for these studies?

    • Data collection for Government-funded sources (Medicare / Medicaid)

    • Data collected in New York or California

  • How long are the Principal Investigators enrolled in the study(s) for?

    • Each study is 36 months

  • How many PIs can be enrolled into the study(s)?

    • The limit is 200

  • Is there a limit to the number of studies a practice can participate in?

    • No, a practice may participate in multiple studies

  • Is there a limit to the number of data points per PI?

    • No, in addition if there are 0 data points a source document must still be submitted

  • Can a Principal Investigator withdraw from the study(s)?

    • Yes, with written notice to the Research Company​

 

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