Will RWD Get Real In Japan? Govt Moves To Build Digital Health Records
Pharma Benefits Down Road?
To enable broader use of clinical data in its digital health care system, Japan has kickstarted digitization measures to link all patient records to an online individual ID system. While the government aims to allow real-world data and evidence for the pharmaceutical sector in the long run, Scrip explores the reality of current projects and measures in the country.
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