The University of Kentucky Clinical Research Support Office (CRSO) supports investigators and clinical research coordinators across campus to conduct clinical research.
We review all clinical research studies to determine if a coverage analysis is needed and if the study is required to be tracked in the CTMS.
In addition, we can provide fee-based regulatory, recruitment, and clinical trial financial management services to assist investigators and their teams in conducting clinical research.
CRSO will hold Office Hours starting March 6th, 2020 from 11-12 in C-110 and every Friday after from 10-11. Stop by and bring any issues or questions you may have with OnCore.
Research Billing Integrity
Effective March 1, 2019, all clinical research studies and amendments must be submitted to the CRSO for coverage analysis prior to budget finalization.
CCTS/CRSO Service Request Form »
The service request form for amendments can be found at: Amendment Submission Form
Details about Coverage Analysis can be found here.
The CRSO will provide a detailed coverage analysis (CA), which is required for all clinical trials that may generate billable charges. Preparing the CA involves first determining whether or not a trial is qualifying. For qualifying studies, a detailed analysis of each procedure or service outlined in the protocol, will determine the potential for reimbursement from Medicare or Third-Party Insurance. The CRSO collaborates with investigators and study teams while preparing the CA so that the PI's expertise and insights are reflected in the final document.
In the case of a disputed coverage analysis, investigators should contact Vice Dean for Research, Dr. Geddes, at email@example.com to initiate the dispute resolution process.
Questions about the billing integrity process?
The CRSO offers clinical trial financial management services for clinical research studies, including:
- Pricing and budget development
- Sponsor budget negotiations
- Plan code and UK internal forms assistance
- Sponsor invoicing
- Payment tracking and reconciliation
- Reporting and account monitoring
- Patient stipend and reimbursement payments
- OnCore budget data entry
Questions about the clinical trial fiancial management?
In collaboration with our CCTS partners, the Regulatory Knowledge and Support Core integrates faculty, staff, and community expertise in bioethics, regulatory knowledge, and research integrity to provide investigators and study teams with a single point of access to the spectrum of ethical and regulatory requirements.
The core is comprised of highly trained regulatory specialists who can provide support to investigators that is tailored to their specific needs.
In collaboration with our CCTS partners, Participant Recruitment Services (PRS) provides comprehensive recruitment support including consultations for recruitment planning, material development and approval, advertising, outreach, and educational opportunities.