28 May 2015
‘’Health care is dangerous. Transparency and an understanding of impact of innovations and discoveries on real patients in their own ‘real worlds’ will make it safer. Much safer’’. Allan M. Korn
25 May 2015
Patient centricity is the process of designing a service around the patient. Integration between clinical trials and observational studies could be a further step to foster patient centricity and rise benefits for all stakeholders, patients first of all.
29 April 2015
When it comes to deal with systematic bias in observational studies, are you sure to know what to do?
Check it out at our next webinar: Fifty shades of Observational Research !
20 March 2015
This month we touch a popular topic that has evolved at an impressive rate in the last two decades : evidence-based medicine.
18 March 2015
May patient’s registries, and observational studies underlying, be useful tools for decision making about the cost-effectiveness of new drugs?
15 March 2015
Unlike RCTs, Observational Studies can’t count on the benefits of a well planned randomization. This can lead to systematic bias and thus to erroneous results. But there are weapons to deal with it.
18 February 2015
This is a new application that enables a cohort of patients prescribed a medicine in the hospital and secondary care settings to be monitored. Read more...
13 February 2015
Building on President Obama’s announcement in his State of the Union Address, today the Administration is unveiling details about the Precision Medicine Initiative, a bold new research effort to revolutionize how we improve health and treat disease.