Clinical Research Billing Compliance Office
Our mission is to provide oversight, education and ongoing support to all areas of OHSU involved in clinical research billing to facilitate compliance with all relevant laws, regulations and policies.
The OHSU Clinical Research Billing Compliance Office was established to:
- Develop internal policies, procedures and processes related to clinical research billing at OHSU.
- Provide ongoing education, tools and support to all areas of OHSU involved in clinical research billing.
- Provide oversight and monitoring for compliance with policies and procedures related to clinical research billing.
- Perform prospective reimbursement analyses for all clinical research studies.
eCRIS, Electronic Clinical Research Information System will be coming to the OHSU research community this July! Check our Training and Education page for additional information about training and links to Big Brain.
Outside Requests for Information - Several departments have reported requests from outside entities to provide identifiable research subject information relating to subject injury reporting or clinical research billing. Any requests from outside entities for identifiable research subject information outside of the data required by the protocol to be collected and forwarded to the sponsor should be forwarded to the This includes requests from study sponsors, their contractors, and third-party payers. The CRBO will review and respond, or forward the request to the appropriate party to respond.
**All research subjects receiving clinical services as part of a study are required to be identified in Epic as being "associated" with that study**
Research Subject Study Status Change form to the Clinical Research Billing Compliance Office (CRBO) within 3 business days of subject consent AND when he/she is no longer receiving study related clinical services on a research study.
Proceed to Identifying Research Subjects on the Epic and Research Subjects page for more information.