*Industry is charged for all costs, this list is not inclusive. For example, if a sponsor requires staff education, the study will pay. Please direct questions to CCTS staff during the cost analysis meeting or at the numbers listed below.
Cost will be assigned by the CSC Administrative Manager after the Effort Analysis Meeting.
|Protocol Activation (Initiation) Charges||Studies will be billed $200.00 for the CSC nursing staff activation/initiation process including protocol activation meeting, accessing requisite resources, and CRF development.|
Pharmacy Contract with Research Pharmacy: Winter 801-585-2185
Inpatient: Billed to study uTRAC account via EPIC.
Outpatient: Negotiate with pharmacy upfront. Otherwise, the CSC will bill the study.
|Omnicell Supplies (Any supplies/equipment from distribution)||
Inpatient: Billed to Participant because participant admitted in EPIC. Charges held until the CRC signs-off.
Outpatient: Items will be marked on the CSC outpatient flowsheet by the CSC nursing unit staff. CSC Administration will bill the study.
Tissues, water pitcher, bottled water, IV tubing, IV start supplies, IV fluid bags, blood draw supplies, urinals/bedpans, lab supplies, dressings, suture removal kit, alcohol wipes, sterile gloves, etc.
|Meal Trays, Snack Kits, & Individual Beverages||
Meal Trays: $10.00 Snack Kits: $2.00 Individual beverages: $0.75 cents
Outpatients: Items will be marked on the CSC outpatient flowsheet by the CSC nursing unit staff. CSC Administration will bill the study.
Inpatients: The CSC dietician will forward charges to the CSC Administrative Offices to bill the study.
NOTE: The study may be billed for trays already ordered or packed and then the participant cancels/no-shows.
|CSC Research Dietician Services||Negotiate directly with the CSC Research Dietician|
Syringe infusion pump
|Difficult IV Access||
Budget to access higher level of care:
Ultrasound on the CCTS
Important note: The estimates CCTS prepares are based on information provided by study teams. Careful attention to industry protocols will allow both studies and the CCTS to prepare more accurate estimates of actual costs. Actual costs are billed to the study, not estimated costs.