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RWE From Electronic Health Records – Comparison to Data Generated in Randomized Clinical Trials
Digital technology is enabling not only more digital engagement but also results in more digital healthcare data being generated than ever before. As a result, digital patient records are now a major source for the collection of real-world data (RWD). When used effectively, RWD can be turned into real-world evidence (RWE) and be transformative in generating evidence that supports drug efficacy and commercial healthcare application. However, the real-world data collected needs to be appropriate for use, fit for purpose, and effective in addressing the question or research topic.
In this webinar, we will present some examples in working with RWD extracted from electronic health record (EHR) systems and how this compares to data that tends to be generated in randomized clinical trials (RCTs) which, today, are still the gold standard in clinical evidence generation. We will be touching on some of the key differences between RCT endpoints and the healthcare data recorded in the clinic that tends to drive clinical decision making, and how this affects our ability to compare RCT results with RWD for RWE generation. And we will explore some of the growing benefits and opportunities that EHR data presents in making clinical research more effective and efficient. We will also present how Meta-analysis can allow us to compare several interventions simultaneously by analyzing studies making different comparisons in a single analysis.
Ahmed El Rhali, President & CEO, Datametrix
Douglas Drake, Senior Director, Client Solutions, Clinerion


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