This handbook provides an overview of the sources of data for conducting ‘real-world’ outcomes research. The reader will learn how to use and assess the reliability and validity of electronic health records, medical charts, claims and medication databases, alternative population-based data sources, and patient-reported outcomes, as well as other self-reported data. Available for order here. (Source: ISPOR, May 2013).
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