Atlanta research company shares tips on promoting quality for growth

November 2007
Clinical Trials Administrator;Nov2007, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p124
This article looks at the strategies applied by Clinical Research Atlanta of Atlanta, Georgia, for its growth. Founder Nathan Segall explains how the organization has grown successfully and maintained quality, using the strategies. They include: recognize industry trends; learn from mistakes; focus on quality improvement and training; learn from audits; and develop better recruitment strategies.


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