Scientific advisory boards (SABs) are an important part of the governance framework for digital real-world studies. These studies are conceptualized and designed with the purpose of collecting longitudinal data on the real-world experiences of patients, or caregivers...
The UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published an update to its methods and processes for health technology assessment. The update follows a year-long review and includes a number of significant changes to how innovative...
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...
We create patient-friendly apps that are accessible to anyone, regardless of nationality or disability. The role of color in app design is a combination of art and science, and requires cross-team collaboration between design and localization. There are many factors...
Exploring the use of EQ-5D “bolt-ons” in our real-world studies When we are designing our real-world studies, the collection of health-related quality of life data is an essential component. Measuring HRQoL means looking at the physical, mental, emotional, and social...
The use of digital tools means that longitudinal real-world evidence studies can be considered as adaptive registries, with a powerful range of both pre- and post-approval use cases. Pre-approval use cases include granular understanding of burden of disease,...
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