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This report offers life science researchers considerations for how to improve the real-world safety reporting of adverse events (AEs) and shares how flexible electronic health record (EHR) interfaces demonstrate their value for reporting adverse events and patient safety.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) estimates that only one in 10 adverse events (AEs) are reported. The ever-expanding field of pharmacovigilance highlights the importance of identifying and tackling problems with real-world safety reporting. Despite this drive to improve healthcare, overtaxed healthcare providers face a current real-world safety reporting process that is too burdensome.
In this report, Veradigm’s Vice President of Real-World Evidence (RWE) and Chief Medical Officer explore – from both an RWE perspective and physician perspective - how technology approaches and the physician workflow process offer opportunities to facilitate adjudication and reporting of adverse events.
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