A New Approach to Adverse Event and Patient Outcome Reporting and Detection

Despite technological advances in clinical trials, current methods of detecting adverse events and patient outcomes in clinical trials have significant limitations. Patient-provided information from clinic visits is often the only source for detecting and reporting adverse events. Recall bias and missing medical records increases the chance of trial failure. This occurs not because the intervention is ineffective but because the efficacy of the intervention is less likely to be detectable statistically. Learn how to leverage new technologies to improve the detection and reporting of adverse events with this whitepaper.

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