11Aug 2022

Both electronic health records (EHRs) and patient registries store and use patient-related clinical information. However, they are conceptualized for different purposes. Both are a significant source of real-world evidence (RWE) as they gather a considerable amount of clinical information collected in the real-world setting. An EHR is an electronic record of health data generated during […]

21Jul 2022

Evidence from randomized clinical trials (RCTs) continues to be the standard reference point for treatment efficacy across the world. However, RCTs enrol patients based on strict inclusion and exclusion criteria, and hence RCT evidence is often not generalizable and inadequate for contributing to the day-to-day clinical practice decisions. Consequently, researchers are more interested in using […]

25May 2022

The USFDA defines real-world data (RWD) as ‘the data relating to patient health status and/or the healthcare delivery that is routinely collected from a variety of sources’, and real-world evidence (RWE) as ‘the clinical evidence regarding the usage and potential risks/benefits of a medical product obtained from analysis of RWD.’[1] RWD includes data from electronic […]

23May 2022

There has been a shift in the global healthcare ecosystem from volume-based to value-based payment model, thanks to a surge in data availability, interoperability, advancing health technologies, cost and competitive pressures, scientific advances, and increasing adoption of personalized medicine. The resulting availability of a large quantity of real-world data (RWD) has made it possible to […]

31Jan 2019

Last few years have seen data as well as data exchange emerging as the new currency in healthcare. Data sharing is a powerful force that is transforming conventional relationships in the healthcare marketplace as the global healthcare platform moves from being volume-based to quality-based. (1) Around 30% of the stored global data is generated within […]

14Mar 2018

Patient Records Abstraction (PRA) is a process done manually by searching through a medical record to identify data required for a particular or secondary use. It consists of direct matching of information found in the record to the data required, but also includes operations on the data such as categorizing, coding, transforming, interpreting, summarizing, and […]

26Aug 2017

Workshop title – “R WE Ready?” – “Real World Evidence” Methods! Organisers – Co-organised by Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI) and ISPOR India-Mumbai Chapter Objectives – To enhance skill set of the professionals of the medical affairs community in area of real world evidence generation to create patient value Date – June 23, 2017 with ISPOR […]