RWE68 - Social Media Platforms a Direct-to-Patient RWD Route

Social Media Platforms: a Direct-to-Patient RWD Route

Patient focused care can only truly be supported with an empathetic perspective on patient experience. RWD  is typically utilised in reviewing clinical endpoints, however, it could be used for patient reported outcomes, and this is vital to a more holistic view of the disease area and its impact. Social media could be the gateway into […]

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RWE - 67 ISPOR on RWD Advantages

ISPOR on RWD Advantages

Rapid and effective data generation increases value for the study sponsor. Larger groups allow for longitudinally tracking of patient cohorts and sub-population analyses Real world studies demonstrate real-world practices and behaviours. SVMPharma, driving the outcomes that matter with RWE studies leading to positive HTA submissions and value based outcomes. Why be limited with small study populations, […]

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RWE66 NICE hints at the greater use of data analytics and real-world evidence

NICE hints at the greater use of ‘data analytics and real-world evidence’

A review on NICE’s HTA methodologies has been released, including review on quality of life measures NICE acknowledges the greater use of ‘data analytics and real-world evidence’ could play a part in how it might revise its methodologies. The aim is to support faster access to new technologies for patients Click here to read the source article […]

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018a RWE Ideas Oct 2019

Real-World Data Reveals Improved Durability Results Missed in IBD RCTs

Increased time-to-treatment-failure was revealed in a real world study on tofacitinib’s effectiveness The study allowed patients who wouldn’t have been considered for RCT inclusion to be analysed “This underscores the potential for real-world evidence studies to uncover new evidence of efficacy that might have been missed by the original controlled trials.” – Vivek Rudrapatna, University of California San Francisco […]

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Working Together is Essential to Release the Full Potential of Real World Evidence

Working Together is Essential to Release the Full Potential of Real World Evidence

Data can come from hospitals, patients, their family, government initiations, analytics companies, and a myriad of other potential partners For robustness, real-world data should come from several sources, allowing it to be translated into evidence to support other projects Coordinated co-operation is key to cover as many data sources as possible to fully utilise real-world […]

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