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DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting


Utilizing and Understanding Real World Evidence Solutions to Efficiently Recruit the Most Appropriate Patients and Sites for Clinical Trials

    Session Chair(s)
      Nancy  Mulligan

      Nancy Mulligan

      • Executive Director, Patient & Physician Services
      • United Biosource Corporation, United States
    This session will examine the use of real world evidence for optimal insight into site and patient recruitment. We will discuss ways in which pharmacy, medical claim, consumer and lab data can be used to improve outcomes on clinical trials. Detailed methods and case studies will be presented by key opinion leaders in each of these areas.
    Learning Objective : Discuss using geo-targeting to identify where the highest volumes of patients and prescribers can be found; Identify how these tools can be used to select ideal locations for study sites and patients; Discuss ways to further refine and target study populations to find patients for any particular disease state or desired patient population.
    Speaker(s)
      Nancy  Mulligan

      Heat Maps: Using PBM Data, Predictive Modeling, Medical Expertise in Understanding, Targeting and Conducting Effective Patient Recruitment Strategies

      Nancy Mulligan

      • Executive Director, Patient & Physician Services
      • United Biosource Corporation, United States
      Andrew  Kress

      Using Consumer Data to Improve Patient Segmentation and Targeting for Clinical Trials Recruitment

      Andrew Kress

      • CEO
      • HealthVerity, Inc., United States
      David M. Freeman, MA, MBA

      To be determined

      David M. Freeman, MA, MBA

      • General Manager, Information Ventures
      • Quest Diagnostics, United States