Podcast | June 7, 2019

New Sources Changing the Meaning of Evidence?

Source: DIA

Do changes in clinical research, driven by emerging technology, change what we mean by “evidence”? “It’s not necessarily ‘trials versus real world evidence’–that is not particularly helpful because either type of evidence, either type of data, has its place and is complementary,” explains Mr. Michael Seewald, WorldWide Head of the Center of Excellence for Real World Evidence, Novartis Pharma, and member of DIA’s Future of Evidence Workshop program committee. “The exciting development is in developing data sources over a timeframe of decades that at some point will revolutionize healthcare in a respective therapy area.”

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