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By Kellie Rademacher, Pharm.D., Precision for Value
While the industry is taking baby steps into using machine learning in clinical trials and for other data-generating objectives, the value of this data will depend on the transparency of algorithms, robustness of data sources, and extrapolation to real-world outcomes.
Deep-learning algorithms have shown significant promise as applications in natural language understanding, decision making, and speech and image recognition. These algorithms are now being applied in bioinformatics applications within the biopharma industry to manage the increasing amounts of data from high-throughput techniques. Read more about recent applications of these algorithms to predict a variety of biological processes and interactions, particularly with respect to proteins.
See new results from one of the industry's largest global clinical operations surveys. Findings show sponsors and CROs are making progress in unifying clinical systems, streamlining end-to-end processes, and aligning stakeholders to improve trial performance.
In this paper, ICER’s influence over the payer and manufacturer spheres is evaluated through primary research with two groups of stakeholders. A secondary budget impact analysis was also conducted in order to estimate the potential savings to the U.S. healthcare system if ICER’s cost-effective prices were implemented across a selection of therapeutic areas.
With the new EU clinical trial registry portal expected to launch next year, it is imperative that sponsors — particularly small and midsize organizations — understand the complexities of EU disclosure. Thomas Wicks, an expert in clinical trial disclosure, and Karen Rutkowski, an expert in medical writing, share actionable insights on compliance.
The 9th Annual DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials welcomes Dr. Scott Gottlieb, twenty-third commissioner of the FDA, to deliver an industry keynote with his views on modernizing clinical trials. More than 20 pharma companies are reporting on specific innovations they have developed to better deliver new medicines, covering the full spectrum of clinical research. Taking place September 17 and 18, 2019, in Boston, MA. Use code LSL15 for 15% off.