(December 12th, 2018)
Join RWE, Data Science and Digital Transformation experts as they discuss the increasingly important role real world evidence is playing in HEOR and healthcare decision-making. The diverse nature and sheer volume of real world data presents a number of challenges to healthcare and life sciences organizations aspiring to leverage real world evidence to, respectively, improve patient clinical outcomes, and demonstrate the safety and value of pharmaceutical products. Whether it’s structured, multi-structured, or unstructured, today’s real-world data presents a barrier to insight because it is derived from a wide-variety of sources—including electronic health records, genomics data, sensors, wearable devices, etc.—and stored across disconnected silos that make it difficult to integrate and transform this disparate information for analysis and insights.
In this ISPOR Educational webinar, Jyotsna Mehta of KEVA Health, Dr. Javier Jimenez of Sanofi, Dr. Ashish Atreja of Mount Sinai Health System, and Bill Fox of MarkLogic discuss how data science and digital data technologies are empowering organizations to overcome these obstacles while transforming the way real world evidence is generated and used.
- Leveraging traditional real-world evidence studies
- The role of data science in real world evidence development
- Efficient integration of diverse real-world data sets
- Security: encryption, data security, and roles-based access
- Digital health innovation in evidence generation
Dr. Javier Jimenez
Vice President, Global Head RWE and Clinical Outcomes
Chief Strategy Officer, Healthcare and Life Sciences
Cost: No cost.