Employ our network of experts to ensure adaptations are appropriate to each market, and conduct primary research where necessary to generate and validate supporting evidence
- PHARMACO-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES
Apply epidemiological methods to study the clinical use and the beneficial or harmful effects of drugs in populations.
- PATIENT / CAREGIVER REPORTED OUTCOMES
A health outcome directly reported by the patient who experienced it or the caregiver. PRO methods, such as questionnaires, are used in clinical trials or other clinical settings, to help better understand a treatment’s efficacy or effectiveness.
A clinical data registry records information about the health status of patients and the health care they receive over varying periods of time. They allow healthcare professionals and others to see what treatments are available, and how patients with different characteristics respond to various treatments.
- DATA ANALYTICS
Pharma Intelligence offers a range of pharmaceutical research and analytics tools to help you identify and evaluate strategic opportunities within the global pharmaceutical market.
- HEALTH ECONOMIC MODELLING/ECONOMIC EVALUATION
Central tool for authorities, experts and payers to support decision-making regarding healthcare resource utilization. An ideal model not only responds to the decision maker’s question on the most likely outcome but also on the question concerning the likelihood of extreme scenarios and the credibility of the results.
- REAL WORLD DATA (RETROSPECTIVE & PROSPECTIVE STUDIES)
Quantitative research that harnesses the power of clinician and payer experience, delves deeper into clinical decision-making, barriers to access, factors driving treatment selection, quantification and description of disease burden and resource use in clinical practice. EFFECTIVENESS + SAFETY
- SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS
The purpose of a systematic review is to deliver a meticulous summary of all the available primary research in response to a research question. Systematic reviews aim to identify, evaluate, and summarize the findings of all relevant individual studies over a health-related issue, thereby making the available evidence more accessible to decision makers.
- META-ANALYSIS/NETWORK META-ANALYSIS
Able to perform Meta-analysis when there are multiple scientific studies addressing the same question, with each individual study reporting measurements that are expected to have some degree of error. The aim then is to use approaches from statistics to derive a pooled estimate closest to the unknown common truth based on how this error is perceived.
- PATIENT PREFERENCE STUDIES
The result of weighing the pros and cons is the personal “preference”. When people decide between two or more options, they show what they prefer for themselves. The increased focus on patient reported outcomes (PROs) in medical research in recent years has heightened the awareness of the patient’s perspective of health outcomes and patients’ choice gains gravity in the decision-making process.