What Every Researcher Needs to Know About Using Medicare Data for Real World Evidence
Join three panelists who provide a practical overview of how and why to use data from Medicare for real world studies.
Medicare Part D: Price Negotiation Panel Discussion
Hear expert panelists bring their perspectives on critical issues around support for Medicare Part D products' fair market prices.
Social Media Data: Opportunities and Insights for Clinical Research
Hear four experts from ICON and Kap Code provide insights on how to collect, use, analyze, and interpret social media data in different contexts. These experts share knowledge from over fifteen years of successfully developing and adapting algorithms to treat this kind of data.
Syapse Real-World Dialogue: Advancing Patient Care through Real-World Data, Machine Learning, and Systems Biology
Join Drs. Nitin Baliga and Thomas Brown for an in-depth discussion on utilizing real-world data, machine learning, and systems biology for benefiting therapeutic development.
Using Real-World Data to Explore and Demonstrate Comparative Effectiveness
Dr. Jessica Paulus explores opportunities and challenges with using RWD in conducting comparative effectiveness research.
FDA Guidance Documents: Shaping the Future of RWD Curation and RWE Innovation
IQVIA’s Mui Van Zandt, BMIS and Raina Olexa, MS lead a conversation on embracing FDA’s guidance on the use of RWD, and how your organization can navigate data quality, curation, and management challenges for better research.
How Cerner Enviza Uses Clinical Data to Drive RWE Decisions
Experts from Cerner Enviza provide a high level overview on utilizing Electronic Health Record (EHR) data to support Real World Evidence (RWE) studies.
How Literature Review Automation and Efficient Processes Streamline RWE HEOR Studies
Literature reviews are an essential element in Real World Evidence (RWE) HEOR studies that impact patient care, policy development, and healthcare decision making.
Cutting Edge Conversations: Addressing Orphan and Rare Diseases
Joseph Zabinski, PhD, MEM, and Jonathan Kish, PhD, MPH, discuss how research groups are working in the realm of orphan and rare diseases.