When is a patient a patient? Diagnosis “validation” is the part of the recruitment process for patient-/caregiver-reported studies where the eligibility of the prospective participant is verified. This usually includes confirmation that the patient does indeed have a...
Missed our webinar about co-creating rare disease registries? Watch it here! On Monday 15th November, Vitaccess hosted the 3rd webinar in the “Keeping it real” series. Dr Mark Larkin, CEO and Founder of Vitaccess; Dr Catherine Bottomley, Director of...
ISPOR Europe 2021 is just around the corner and the Vitaccess team is looking forward to sharing insights with you during the event as well as our poster presentations. We will be part of the podium session “Two years of COVID-19: what has been the global impact on...
RareiTi Inc., a data-driven early access and clinical patient services company, and Vitaccess Ltd, a multi-award-winning digital real-world evidence (RWE) research and strategy specialist, announce a collaboration offering unique services in RWE to support...
There has been a shift in the way that quality-of-life studies are conducted within the life sciences industry. Traditionally, such studies would involve the collection of data – through, for instance, questionnaires or interviews – over the course of a few months...
Imagine that we are developing a software application to study the real-world impact of a rare disease on patients and caregivers. Our Product team is designing the app for participants to enter data about their experience of living with the rare disease by completing...
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