Article | March 2, 2017

Using Real World Data To Enhance Clinical Trials

Using Real World Data To Enhance Clinical Trials

By Craig Morgan, goBalto

Randomized clinical trials (RCT) remain the trusted standard for assessing pharmaceutical drug and medical device safety and efficacy. An RCT uses a carefully planned experimental framework to compare an intervention/treatment with a control, investigating the effect of each treatment option on a defined outcome. Patients participating in an RCT are carefully screened based on precise clinical criteria, and usually have very similar characteristics. Unfortunately, life does not always mirror the idealized world of an RCT.

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