Innovative use of good data can lead to better patient care pathways and models of care. Collecting, collating, and assessing these data will result in more sustainable models of care while unlocking the full potential of longitudinal, real-world data to serve as a valuable asset for healthcare organizations, researchers, policymakers, and drug makers. Significant positive changes in preventative care and global health can be achieved through patient data, but it must be through the power of good data. Read the full article here.
(Source: Samir Dhalla, PharmaPhorum, October 5, 2020)