Tackling Rare Diseases with an Arsenal of Real-World Data

Technological innovations have fostered the age of big data in healthcare – and the huge populations amassed afford the ability to mine for key subpopulations — getting down to ever more precise groups of likely responders to therapy, high-risk patients and other high-value subphenotypes. Continue Reading

How Artificial Intelligence and Real World Data Can Improve the Management of Type 2 Diabetes: A Case Study

See how Veradigm, a business unit of Allscripts focused on generating data-driven healthcare insights using EHR data applied artificial intelligence to EHRs to improve therapeutic management of patients with concordant comorbidities who are living with type 2 diabetes. Continue Reading

Changing the Clinical Trial Paradigm for Rare and Orphan (R&O) Diseases using Real-World Evidence

Interview with Flora Sandra Siami, MPH. Vice President of Clinical Research, Regulatory Affairs, and Quality Assurance at HealthCore-NERI. Dr. Patti Peeples, CEO of HealthEconomics.Com, sat down with Flora Sandra Siami, MPH, Vice President of Clinical Research, Regulatory Affairs, and Quality… Continue Reading

Advancing Real-World Evidence with Pragmatic Clinical Trials: Interview with Dr. Joseph Singer, Chief Medical Officer of HealthCore-NERI

Dr. Patti Peeples, CEO of HealthEconomics.Com, sat down with Dr. Joseph Singer, CMO of HealthCore-NERI, to discuss how pragmatic clinical trials are advancing real-world evidence (RWE). The mission of HealthCore-NERI is to provide clarity that empowers decision makers to act… Continue Reading