In a time when scientific innovation is making big strides, there's an ever-growing need for timely evidence and trusted data sources. Here are 6 approaches and deep dive webinars to help you generate stronger evidence.
Link patient reported outcomes with clinical data
Linking datasets enables you to explore clinical characteristics and patient derived data in a single, unified study, saving you the time and resources involved with primary research. In this webinar Kantar shares its learning from Claritis™
Stated preference studies
ISPOR guidelines around the patient preference methodology can be ambiguous. Get answers to 20 common questions and how they were addressed in actual studies.
The use of registries continues to grow and is often requested by regulators for risk management plans and other regulatory requirements. Many opportunities exist to create prospective registries and leverage existing sources and registries.
Subscribe to patient level datasets
Secondary datasets like Cancerology enable patient-level understanding of the clinical profiles, treatment patterns, and outcomes for multiple indications without losing the big picture.
Get representative data from national claims databases
Key markets like Germany provide undistorted real-world data. Get a detailed overview of the German healthcare system, the use of statutory healthcare sickness funds data, and its limitations.
Use integrated data sources
Data sources like CancerMPact® use information from multiple sources to provide highly accurate evidence. This webinar reviews three case studies and the major characteristics of each oncology data set.