This article, which is intended for all Select user roles, provides an introduction to the Select home page, tasks, and workflows. We've included the following sections:
What is Select?
Select is the web-based application that provides evidence-driven logic to help you find qualified sites for your clinical trials. With custom workflows, Select helps you automate processes and refine the criteria required to more accurately identify, evaluate, and engage sites.
Predefined tasks drive the work
Receive email notifications, see tasks on your home page, and a timeline that shows what is finished and what requires attention. You can also assign roles to various team members that help define and enforce what they can see and do.
Intelligent, centralized site recommendations
Select can leverage your organization’s site list, along with goBalto’s curated external data sources to help you create and manage a robust target site profile for evidence-based site selection. Our site recommendation engine helps you identify sites that have a proven track record of meeting enrollment dates and delivering quality subjects in your target population. Protocol matching technology also helps identify sites that meet your study eligibility parameters.
Select helps your entire study team collaborate online to define selection criteria, then evaluate candidate sites, select, and approve them. This means you no longer have to create and maintain spreadsheets to manage and track site selection; the entire team sees the progress and results in real-time.
Sites can collaborate with you in Select to view status and return documents (they only see information about their site), or you can complete tasks on their behalf.
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