Nimblify’s automated payment system helps clinical research sites, sponsors and CROs securely and immediately pay participants after each visit.
Empower each participant to be a decision-maker with their choice of reloadable debit card, direct deposit or check.
Reduce administrative burden and improve operational efficiency by eliminating manual and time-consuming processes.
Lower costs with pay-as-you-go pricing and no setup fees.
Learn how one customer calculated ROI of Nimblify Payments.
Ron Knight, Research Operations Director
Mills Clinical Research
"We've heard great feedback from our participants. Direct deposit is a favorite of many patients, but we’re glad we can cater to different preferences. We decided to go with Nimblify because of the dedicated customer service they provide and the expected overall savings compared with the previous debit card system."
Stacey Banks, Research Manager
Inova Dwight and Martha Schar Cancer Institute
"Nimblify Participant Payments is incredibly easy to use; we have made significant improvements in both the staff effort required to make payments and the satisfaction of our research participants. Our staff have been extremely happy with the system. As a manager, it’s rare to actually be able to decrease the workload of my coordinators, but the Nimblify system has allowed us to do that."
Kerry Bridges, Administrator, Clinical Trials Office
Indiana University Simon Cancer Center
“Both the clinical team – specifically the research nurses who have face-to-face contact and relationships with the research patients – and the finance team who negotiate, track, review and approve patient payments have been truly enthusiastic about the system. It’s automated, easy to use, easy to track for compliance purposes and most importantly allows patients to receive payments in a much quicker manner, which they can even track.”
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