E-Data Can Transform Clinical Trials (Malaysia)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Advances in the electronic exchange of health records could make finding candidates for clinical drug research more efficient and cost effective. Data-sharing techniques would allow pharmaceutical researchers to provide doctors with parameters of a specific trial, including requirements for candidates. Doctors could then access this information when treating a patient and decide if they may possibly be a prospect for participation. Drug developers would also be able to access anonymous health records to search for viable candidates. (Click here for more
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