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DocuSign Case Study: Women's Cancer Program Increases Trial Participation with DocuSign

Case Study Published By: DocuSign
DocuSign
Published:  Mar 23, 2016
Type:  Case Study
Length:  3 pages

The staff of the Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program needed a way to recruit women with and without cancer to the research registry utilizing social marketing and complete consent forms with minimal staff time in a way that would adhere to regulations governing the use of electronic records and signatures.

Read the case study to learn how Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program replaced its multi-step manual registry consent process with DocuSign. This boosted participation and eliminated the strenuous consent process made joining the registry easy and hassle-free.

Top Benefits Achieved
• Registry enrollment increased nearly 5x, from 5.4 people per month to 26.3 people per month
• 75% reduction in Turnaround Time (TAT)
• Up to $17.16 benefit per Research for Her Consent Form and up to 63% productivity gain
• Award for Best Practices in Human Subjects Protection with DocuSign



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