Real-world data (RWD) and real-world evidence (RWE) are playing an increasing role in health care decisions. The health care community and medical product developers are using RWD and RWE to support clinical trial designs, (e.g., large simple trials, pragmatic clinical trials, observational studies) to generate innovative, new treatment approaches, support coverage decisions, develop guidelines, and tools for clinical practice.
The use of health-related data has been rapidly accelerating with the additional focus on multiple data sources (e.g., electronic case report forms (eCRF), electronic health records (EHRs), medical claims data, product and disease registries, patient-generated data, data gathered from other sources that can inform on health status, such as digital health technologies)
The session covers the potential use of RWE in different types of study designs, use of innovations and technology to accelerate medical product development and support regulatory decision thus making health care faster and efficient to the patients who need them.
Who should attend:
- Clinical Research Professionals
- BA/BE Study Professionals
- Clinical Trial Investigators
- Clinical Trial Site Personnel
- Ethics Committee Members
- Clinical Quality and Compliance Personnel
- Regulatory Affairs Personnel