When someone hires me to write a manuscript, I get all kinds of starting material to work with.
Sometimes I get a very thorough final report that was previously created for a research sponsor. Sometimes I get a huge excel file, and that’s it. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the mystery that comes along with figuring out the study design and methodology (I do love a good puzzle), but it does result in more questions from me to you. That can slow down the whole process and become very bothersome for busy academics and physicians.
Here’s how you can make the process easier, while also saving money on manuscript preparation services:
With these questions answered ahead of time, I don’t need to spend as many hours on a manuscript, and I don’t need to charge you as much.
Why am I okay with a lower-paying job? Because I get to spend that saved time taking on more projects! It keeps life interesting for me. More importantly, as a service provider, I want to make our experience working together as easy and enjoyable for you as possible so that you want to hire me again! Simple as that.
For an easy way to organize your thoughts using the suggestions above, download my form for manuscript preparation. It’s FREE and will save both of us lots of time and heartache.