Tag: comparative effectiveness research

HOW DO WE IMPROVE MODELS THAT ARE NAÏVE TO REAL-WORLD ADHERENCE?

Seattle, WA, USA – Clinical trial patients often exhibit high medication adherence. But what happens in the real world? Medication adherence in routine practice is often lower and the effectiveness may differ. Models used to evaluate the cost- and comparative

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Improving Clinical Trial Participation Through Patient-Centered Trial Design

Baltimore, MD, USA – Many people are reluctant to participate in clinical trials.  This reluctance stems from the perception of risk while not seeing any clear benefit to participation.  The exception is when an individual has a condition for which there

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