Take Control of All Your Medical Affairs Grants

Finally, there’s a solution that gives you the flexibility to master the myriad of complexities of grants management across the board, every step of the way. CyberGrants for Life Sciences.

A solution for the multiple challenges of medical grantmaking

Medical affairs grantmaking processes have typically evolved ad hoc and are largely manual. They’re complex and inconsistent. But now, there’s a solution that gives you the agility to handle the different types of grants, multinational borders and business units, regulatory differences and siloed sources of information. Result? Unprecedented flexibility, visibility and improved risk control across all your medical grantmaking.

Unite all your medical affairs grants

Support all of your grant activity with a single software solution, including:

Independent medical education
Expanded access programs
Charitable contributions
Investigator-initiated research, studies & trials
Fellowships and sponsorships
Patient advocacy
External funding

Reduce regulatory risk

Control risk across all of your medical grantmaking:

Fund the medical education programs you want
Know where grants go and what they’re used for
See where continuing education money goes
Identify doctors receiving money + in-kind drug samples
Automate compliance scans and alerts
Capture detailed transparency, budget and outcomes data
Streamline and automate complex approval matrices
Track, monitor and alert based on standard operating procedures

 

Positively impact Patient Lives Through Agile Grantmaking

Gain total visibility into exactly where your dollars are going, process approvals quickly while adhering to regulations, and direct your dollars to where they will do the most good.

Proven By Some of the World’s Largest Life Sciences Companies 

Gain the benefit of our experience working with other global life-sciences organizations.

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Adaptable to Handle Any & All Medical Affairs Granting

Automation For Any Workflow

The CyberGrants workflow engine handles all types of grants. It accommodates a myriad of geographies, languages, currencies, clinical areas and regulatory requirements, as well as local differences in staffing levels and processes.

Flexibility & Standardization

Get the perfect combination: establish processes that are predominantly the same in every country, but with the flexibility to address country-specific requirements.

Single Source of the Truth

All grant types within all countries feed a common and unified data warehouse, creating a single soure of the truth for reporting outcomes, budget reconciliation, and study milestone updates.

True Global Transparency Reporting

Integration with AP systems automates disbursements while serving as the system of record for all payments related to medical affairs grants.

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