Advances in computing power and data analytics are facilitating the use of real-world data from electronic health records, insurance claims, biometric monitors and other sources as evidence of drug and medical device efficacy, writes Verantos CEO Dan Riskin. Life science companies will establish standards for accuracy, and patient-advocacy groups will enforce patient privacy protections, Riskin predicts.
Technological advances help leverage real-world data
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