Now, more than ever, data is shaping healthcare. Whether targeting investigators for clinical trials or leveraging databases for postmarking surveillance, access to data is critical for successful product development and commercialization
U.S. healthcare providers are now required to use the ICD-10 version of the World Health Organization’s classification of diseases. The introduction of these disease and procedure codes creates significant analytic challenges for researchers performing longitudinal analyses with observational data that span the transition date of October 1, 2015.
How do you manage risks and uncertainties in signal detection, strengthening and refinement or determine the lag between start of exposure to a drug and the onset of an AE? SÆfetyWorks' analytical modules can help. Check out our latest video to learn more.
Disparate databases containing spontaneous safety reports vary in quality, quantity and format, making it difficult to leverage these databases to identify and investigate safety signals. CLÆRITY standardizes the coding of drugs, conditions and procedures, allowing for rapid signal detection and investigation of spontaneously reported adverse events.
UBC experts will be available at the 31st International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management (ICPE) to discuss our tailored real-world evidence generation solutions. Stop by exhibit #12.
Large, diverse U.S. and European healthcare data sources are increasingly popular, enabling an evidence-based approach to research, development, drug safety, and commercial strategy. However, healthcare data sources are inconsistent in content and format, making them difficult to analyze in a manner that is timely, cost-efficient, and valuable.
CEWorks®, UBC’s proprietary web-based software, combines technology and Value Demonstration to allow for rapid and efficient health economics outcomes research without the need to write custom code for each analysis. Healthcare researchers can rapidly query large, complex healthcare databases to answer key cost effectiveness questions.
Stop by booth 1206/1208 at the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 20th annual meeting May 16 – 20 in Philadelphia to meet our scientific staff. Members of our Value Demonstration and Database Analytics Automation teams will be available throughout the conference to meet customers and talk about our real-world evidence solutions.
In two weeks, the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) will host their 19th Annual International Conference. As an active part of the organization, UBC looks forward to the educational resources and scientific collaboration ISPOR events offer year after year. This year we are eager to welcome attendees to Montreal, the hometown of our Value Demonstration team, and share our recent research findings.
On Monday, August 26, members of the SÆfetyworks® user community will gather at the Nelligan Hotel in Montreal for an evening of networking and presentations by experts and fellow SÆfetyworks® users. The focus of this year’s meeting is "Navigating your SÆfetyworks® Implementation." Speakers and attendees will share experiences and best practices for effectively integrating standardized analytics into existing organizations and work processes.