Real World Data
Optimizing clinical trial performance with Real World Data
Optimal usage of real world data for your trial reduces time to market and increases the knowledge of the actual patients and markets in an early trial stage. Using it for selection of study participants, finding the right location of your patients, using it as input of the study database or using it as a control study arm, each solution has its challenges. With our experience and contacts accross real world data centers, we aim to find the best and most optimal solution for your trial.
For the integration of this data we focus on the following aspects:
– What potential data sources are available and how can it be used
– Integration and standardization of data sources
– Privacy and Governance
See also the LinkedIn articles of Berber Snoeijer on this subject:
– The future of effective clinical data storage and usage
– Five important real world data aspects for consider for clinical studies
– Privacy in Clinical Research and Real World data: sharing experiences
– Will RWD break down the barriers in data processing
– Real world data in clinical trial
Check of the trial population and eligibility criteria
The real world eligibility tool
The Real World Eligibility Check tool is designed at ClinLine to check the eligibility criteria of a study during the study design phase. By doing this, potential selection problems during the execution of the study can be avoided. It also is used to get an impression of the patient population in certain countries. The tool is independent and interoperable with data standards like CDISC, OMOP and FHIR but can also be filled with data adjusted to a basic defined import format. It will be run at the location of the data center which solves most privacy issues as individual data will not be shared by the data center. The tool contains automatic input definition generation and data validation algorithms to ensure that the analysis is correctly done. Analysis is standardized preventing the occurance of any interpreation differences between data centers in the analysis of the data. A uniform report is generated based on the results of the different global data centers.
Like to know more or to get a personal presentation of the tool? We are happy to share our ideas and thoughts with you. See our contact page directly or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.